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Mauritius: Possible new twists in the case of the crime of the Irish tourist Michaela Harte




Mauritius: Possible new twists in the case of the crime of the Irish tourist Michaela Harte
The crime of the Irish tourist aged 28 years, Michaela Harte - Mc Areavey found dead at the beginning of the year 2011 in the room 1025 of the former hotel Legends today Lux Grand-Gaube  could be an umpteenth episode, as indicated by the Cinq Plus Dimanche newspaper.

Following the acquittal of two employees of the hotel in July 2012, after one of the two defendants acknowledged before the popular jury, to be passed to confession because of police brutality committed by the police during interrogation, new elements would be studied in the context of the new investigation.

All employees of the ex Legends hotel were thus obliged to provide a DNA sample to investigators and all staff in service the day of the tragedy had to leave their fingerprints.
Statements that had been made necessary after the discovery of five fingerprints on the door of the room of Michaela Harte and also present in the toilet of the room.

CCID (Central Criminal Investigation Division) criminal police had also already filed last December, a supplementary report to the Director of public prosecutions (Editor's Note: the equivalent of the Procurer of the Republic), so that the third employee of the hotel, already in the heart of the suspected theft case and whose charges had scratched on

March 1, to be pursued this time for the murder of the Irish tourist Michaela Harte.

Michaela Harte - Mc Areavey was killed in January 2011, in her honey Moon in Mauritius. Went searching cakes for her tea in her hotel room, the young tourist would have surprised his or her assailants, before being strangled.



Fabrice François


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