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Madagascar: 12 new suspects detained after the triple lynching of Nosy Be

After the triple lynching of Nosy Be, twelve new suspects were remanded under a committal order on Wednesday late evening, in prisons Tsiafahy and Antanimora, after being presented to the public prosecutor and the senior judge of Anosy court Tananarive.
They join 14 other inmates ten days ago in this case, as related by the newspaper L'Express of Madagascar.

As a reminder, the French Sébastien Judalet, as well as a Malagasy citizen and his Italian friend, were brutally lynched October 3 on a beach of Nosy Be, accused by the crowd of paedophile acts and of murdering a child as part of a trafficking in organs.

In middle of last week, the Prosecutor of Bobigny had formally denied this hypothesis against Sébastien Judalet, employee of the RATP settled in Montreuil, believing "that no evidence supporting the rumor of pedophilia and trafficking of children's organs was discovered".

Antso Rajaona

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