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Madagascar: The remains of the French lynched and burned alive in Nosy Be soon repatriated




Capture d'écran BFMTV
Capture d'écran BFMTV
The bodies of the French Sébastien Judalet and Franco Italian, Roberto Gianfala, still kept in the morgue of the Hospital of Nosy Be will be soon repatriated to their respective countries at the request of the families.

The remains of the French Sébastien Judalet will be autopsied and at the Evry Forensic Institute in Essonne and DNA tests will be performed to confirm the identity of the body, as shown in the newspaper L'Express de Madagascar.
 
To recap, the French Sebastien Judalet and the Franco-Italian Roberto and a Malagasy citizen, were brutally lynched on October 3 and burned alive on a beach of Nosy Be, accused by the crowd to engage in pedophilia and murdering a child in an organ trafficking.

The Prosecutor of Bobigny had formally denied in mid-October this hypothesis against Sébastien Judalet, employee of the RATP installed in Montreuil, believing "that no evidence supporting the rumor of pedophilia and trafficking of children's organs was discovered".



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