A forty-year-old assaulted his wife on Wednesday night who wanted to leave him and threatened their son with knives while "praising" Jonathann Daval who had the "courage" to kill his wife Alexia, reported Friday the prosecutor's office. Republic of Besançon Etienne Manteaux.
This case is part of a series of six cases of domestic violence found in the Doubs in the space of four days, between Monday and Thursday, in "all socio-professional circles", was alarmed Etienne Manteaux, the " never seen "since his arrival at the Besançon public prosecutor's office in September 2018. The suspect, a chargé d'affaires in Besançon without a criminal record, had for some time been violent and threatening towards his wife, a banking executive, which is why she had decided to leave him, said Etienne Manteaux.
Wednesday night, at their home, he tried to "strangle" before threatening with two knives their six-year-old son, said the magistrate, according to which the forty-year-old screamed "'I will kill him, I will kill him! ". Arrived on the spot, the police entered negotiations and it is during this time that the man, "in state of excitement, will say: 'at least Jonathann Daval, he had the courage to kill his castrating wife, my wife (...) is castrating, "added the prosecutor.
Pursued for murder on his spouse, Jonathann Daval admitted to killing his wife Alexia in October 2017 in Gray-la-Ville (Haute-Saone) during a violent domestic dispute, before partially torching his body. The four-decade-old bisontin was finally able to be mastered, without the child being hurt physically. The man will be deferred on Friday and the prosecution will request his placement in custody, according to Etienne Manteaux.
In 2018, 121 women were killed by their partner or former spouse
That Jonathann Daval "can be brandished as the icon of what to do when one is a husband who finds that his wife wants to leave (...), I find it particularly shocking", was moved the prosecutor. The six recent cases referred to by the prosecutor have already resulted in two remand cases, two court-supervised placements and a 6-month suspended sentence served in a plea of guilty appearance (CRPC). , "plead guilty"), detailed the magistrate.
In 2018, 121 women were killed by their partner or ex-spouse, according to the victims' delegation to the Ministry of the Interior. The government will launch in September in Matignon a "Grenelle of domestic violence" to stop the phenomenon of feminicides.