The main suspect in the murder of Lola, a 12-year-old schoolgirl, Friday, October 14 in Paris, was imprisoned on Monday. His lawyer asked in front of the press that the “rumors” cease.
The motive for the murder of Lola, a 12-year-old schoolgirl, whose body was found in a trunk, raises many questions. A lot of information has indeed circulated about the intentions of Dahbia.B, a 24-year-old homeless woman, the main suspect, who was indicted and imprisoned on Monday, October 17 in Paris.
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His lawyer, Me Alexandre Silva, thus presented himself to the press, indicating from the outset: “Despite my capacity as a defense lawyer, I am thinking of the family of little Lola, of the parents of little Lola, and I I obviously have no idea of the trauma and the horror that they can go through at the moment”.
Organ trafficking hypothesis ruled out
“I find it absolutely inhumane to let rumors circulate which are not verified, which are not discussed, which have never been in the procedure and thus to burden Lola’s family with two things which have never took place and which are absolutely not envisaged”, declared Alexandre Silva.
The lawyer thus dismissed the “rumor” of a murder which would be linked to organ trafficking, which “has never been part of the debates” and which “will never be part of it”. Earlier in the evening, the Paris prosecutor’s office had indicated in a press release that the suspect “did not mention to the investigators the slightest exchange about the sale of organs that she would have had with one of the witnesses”.
The lawyer also swept away the hypothesis of “rituals on children”: “There too it’s nonsense”, he insisted. “So these rumors have to stop and we try to think (…) of the horror that the family of the victim is going through and it is not necessary to overwhelm them with rantings of this kind”, Mr. Silva asked again.
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While the press spoke of “psychic disorders” which would affect the respondent, the lawyer assured that “this criminal irresponsibility which will be raised during the investigation is a usual procedure in criminal matters, it does not there is no reason to infer anything from it as it stands”. The lawyer recalled that his client “benefits from the presumption of innocence”.