On Friday, the Advocate General requested life imprisonment for Bruno Garcia-Cruciani, 46, accused of having killed his ex-companion, Julie Douib, in 2019 in Ile-Rousse, Corsica .

“I ask you to declare him guilty and I request life imprisonment with a maximum security sentence of 22 years”, declared to the jurors of the Assize Court of Corse-du-Sud Catherine Levy, the general counsel.

“It is a pure and simple execution”, hammered the magistrate in her requisitions, ensuring that this file “does not present any difficulties”.

"Bruno Garcia-Cruciani did not give Julie Douib a single chance to get out of it", assured the voice of the public prosecutor, recalling that the accused "hunted" the 34-year-old young woman before the shoot down on March 3, 2019.

The act is premeditated according to the prosecution

"Any human asks for forgiveness, expresses regret, there is nothing there," she said.

"The mere fact of showing up at someone's door with a loaded weapon constitutes premeditation," insisted the magistrate.

To further underscore this premeditation, she detailed the Internet searches carried out before the facts by the accused on the “sentence for intentional homicide” or how to “go live in Thailand”.

Also aggravating circumstances, the sale of his vehicles and the fact of having entrusted the passports of the children to his “tata de coeur” before the facts.

Earlier, Me Francesca Seatelli, lawyer for the couple's two 12 and 14-year-old sons, had called on the court to "protect them from their father", describing boys "terrified at the idea of ​​their father coming out of prison and coming to them. seek ".

Bruno Garcia-Cruciani has "constantly used" his children "as an owner" and wants "to recover them for him, not for them", underlined the lawyer, describing "a dangerous man".

" My children ?

It's been four years since I've had any news, ”repeated the accused a lot.

"When you love your children, you don't take their mother away from them," retorted Me Seatelli.


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