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Madagascar: Repatriation of the body of Sebastian Judalet this Wednesday

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The remains of the French Sébastien Judalet, still kept in the morgue of the hospital of Nosy Be will be repatriated to Paris this Wednesday, November 13, 2013 in the afternoon, as stated by the spokesman of Quai d'Orsay at a press briefing held last Friday and which also indicated that the deceased's family has been informed.

"Contrary to the information conveyed by certain media, Quai d'Orsay has in no way slowed the procedure for repatriation of the body of Sébastien Judalet. Since the assassination of our compatriot, our Embassy on site has been in close contact with the Malagasy judicial authorities so that the repatriation authorization is issued as soon as possible, in accordance with the legitimate wish of the family", said the spokesman of the Quai d'Orsay.

To recap, the French Sebastien Judalet and the Franco-Italian Roberto Gianfala as well as a Malagasy citizen, were brutally lynched on October 3 and burned alive on a beach of Nosy Be, accused by the crowd to be engage in pedophilia and having killed a child in the context of an organ trafficking.
The prosecutor of Bobigny had opened a preliminary murder investigation in early October had categorically denied this hypothesis against Sébastien Judalet, employee of the RATP installed in Montreuil, saying "no element confirming the rumor of pedophilia or trafficking organs of children have been discovered. "

Antso Rajaona

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