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This is now four days since the little Mia Montemaggi, 8 years old,, Tuesday, while she and her mother, suspected of having sponsored the RAPT, remain not found. On the other hand, we know much more about the depth of Tuesday and especially on the profile of the three alleged raissors , as well as another man, as said on Friday. Attorney of the Republic of Epinal Nicolas Heitz. Europe 1 takes stock of what we know about these people, who were already known to the authorities.
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antisystem profiles according to the prosecutor, they were recruited by the mother of the girl, Lola Montemaggi, via the internet, and would have given Mia to the internet 20 minutes only after removal. "It was unfairly separated" from Mia, "said Nicolas Heitz who triggered Tuesday night the removal alert.
It was hosted at its maternal grandmother, designated since January "Trusted third party" by justice, in the pellet village, about thirty kilometers from Epinal, when two of the kidnappers - a third remaining flying the vehicle that took the child - moved to representatives of child protection, with the Ministry of Justice, to build the grandmother and recover The child.
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aged 23 to 60 years and without judicial history, these four men were arrested in Paris, Seine-et-Marne, Lilac, Seine-Saint-Denis and Meurthe-et-Moselle. The "script of a speech to be held in front of the grandmother of Mia to proceed to an educator" of the judicial protection of the youth was discovered at the one arrested in Paris. This 58-year-old man described himself before the investigators as a "dissenting person" and "resistant to barbarism of this system". He said he was "proud" of what he had done "in the manner of Arsène Lupine", according to the prosecutor.Individuals were already investigated
the license plate of one of the kidnappers cars had been identified by a Tuesday. However, this plate is recorded in the databases of the DGSI intelligence services, which has made it possible to identify them and to stop them. These men close to the ultra-right were even the subject of an investigation by the national anti-terrorist prosecutor's office (UNAT).
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In the 23-year suspect, "elements likely to enter the composition of explosives were discovered," the prosecutor said. This component of the survey is in the hands of the UNAT. During his custody, the suspect claimed to have acted "in order to save the child's life" even if he admitted to have "perhaps been manipulated".
The investigation opened by the UNAT and aiming for these four people had been for "association of terrorist criminal", according to a judicial source. Target potential seemed to have been identified. "They discussed the institutions, the Elysee, vaccination centers, public finance centers, administrative buildings ...", according to a source close to the investigation. According to another source, their profile "is similar to the survival movement".They incur perpetual criminal imprisonment
considering the already realized investigations and the proximity of the Vosges with Germany, Switzerland and Belgium, "it is not excluded that (Mia and his mother) have been able to leave the national territory ", warned the prosecutor. "My parquet floor has also issued requests for international criminal mutual aid absolutely." In view of the "very organized character of this action and the sophistication of the techniques used", the investigation, which mobilizes 90 military, now concerns the leader of "minor removal of less than 15 years organized band". His authors incur perpetuity criminal imprisonment.
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