At the Ministry of Culture, he was nicknamed the "photographer". For many years, Christian N. took pictures, secretly he hoped, the legs of many women. But according to Libération , which reveals Friday the case, the man did not stop there. This person in charge of the human relations at the street of Valois first, then with the Drac of the region Great East then, poisoned several women with diuretics during interviews, hiring in particular. He then took them outside, to isolate them, so that they were forced to urinate in front of him. "It's a crazy affair, a pervert," responded Franck Riester, Minister of Culture, Friday on Europe 1.
The facts occurred a few years before Franck Riester was appointed to the Rue de Valois. "I was informed a few months ago and he had laid off well before I arrived at the ministry," confirmed the minister. "When I heard the news, I was appalled, it is absolutely scandalous, justice will make the necessary decisions."
Nearly 200 women photographed and / or poisoned
But the most striking thing in this case is that the man was able to act for so many years, until he was confused by a colleague who caught him taking photos under a table, legs of a subprefect. The investigators then discovered without his professional computer an Excel file entitled Experiences, in which he had listed the approximately 200 women he had photographed and / or poisoned.
And since Christian N. was nicknamed "the photographer" in the corridors of the ministry, it is because at least some of his actions were known. "In a broader sense, on this subject, as on sexual or gender-based violence, on harassment, we collectively need to say things, to be accompanied by those who know and do not dare, sometimes, because it's sensitive topics, "responded Riester. "It's because it's sensitive topics that you have to be able to say things, speak up do not be afraid to say it and accompany those who have the courage to reveal this kind of business."