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IrelandIan Bailey ordered to pay €115,000 compensation to family of murdered Sophie Toscan du Plantier

16:50  12 june  2019
16:50  12 june  2019 Source:   independent.ie

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Ian Bailey could face extradition proceedings to France as Sophie Toscan du Plantier lawyer expects matters to move quickly A new extradition order is thought to be imminent now the Parisian court has 'convicted' the 62-year-old with the filmmaker’s murder . And while French authorities have twice failed to bring the Englishman to their country, Alain Spilliaert, lawyer for the victim’s family, said this time it’s different. This is because the decision by the Cour d’Assises was the first criminal verdict issued in relation to the case. On Friday, the three magistrates presiding over the court charged Bailey – who was not present – with the murder of Ms Toscan du Plantier and sentenced him to 25 years in prison.

Ian Bailey 's solicitor says his client has no money to fight any compensation claim from Sophie Toscan du Plantier 's family . This come after the French authorities ordered a new European arrest warrant for the 62-year-old. He was convicted yesterday, in his absence, of the murder of the French

Sophie Toscan du Plantier (28 July 1957 – 23 December 1996) was a French television producer who was beaten to death outside her holiday home near Toormore, Schull, County Cork, Ireland

Ian Bailey ordered to pay €115,000 compensation to family of murdered Sophie Toscan du Plantier © Independent News & Media Unsolved: Ian Bailey at his house outside Schull in Co Cork last month

FORMER journalist Ian Bailey has been ordered to pay €115,000 in compensation to the family of murdered French film producer Sophie Toscan du Plantier.

Ian Bailey ordered to pay €115,000 compensation to family of murdered Sophie Toscan du Plantier Murdered: Sophie was found dead near her holiday home Mr Bailey (62) was convicted of the murder of Ms du Plantier (39) by a Paris court last month, and sentenced to 25 years’ imprisonment. He has consistently denied the charges, and did not attend the week-long trial.

Ian Bailey ordered to pay €115,000 compensation to family of murdered Sophie Toscan du Plantier © www.collinsphotos.com Ian Bailey says authorities in Ireland know he is innocent. Photo: Collins Courts A civil judgment lodged by Judge Frédérique Aline on 11 June says Mr Bailey is “entirely responsible” for the "personal injury” suffered by Ms du Plantier’s family.

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The Paris high criminal court has convicted Ian Bailey of French woman Sophie Toscan du Plantier ’s murder , more than two decades after her badly At least two of Ms Toscan du Plantier ’s family wept when the verdict was announced. Pierre-Louis Baudey-Vignaud (38), the victim’s only child, embraced

It describes Mr Bailey as “on the run” and “wanted”, and says the civil action results from “actual and certain” personal injury to the family, “resulting directly from the acts for which Mr Bailey was convicted”.

Ian Bailey ordered to pay €115,000 compensation to family of murdered Sophie Toscan du Plantier Sophie's son Pierre-Louis Baudey-Vignaud arrives at a Paris courthouse Mr Bailey is ordered to pay €25,000 to each of Ms du Plantier’s parents, Marguerite and Georges Bouniol, and to her son, Pierre-Louis Baudey-Vignaud. He is to pay €10,000 to each of her brothers, Bertrand and Stéphane Bouniol, and to her aunt, Marie Madeleine Opalka. And to her uncle, Jean-Pierre Gazeau, he must pay €5,000.

Ian Bailey ordered to pay €115,000 compensation to family of murdered Sophie Toscan du Plantier A younger Ian Bailey A spokesperson said the court's decision was made “autonomously”, and based on applications made by the family and supporting documents.

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Sophie Toscan du Plantier , a French film-maker, was brutally killed outside her isolated holiday home in West Cork in 1996, destroying a small The French authorities, after sustained pressure from Sophie 's family , are now seeking to extradite Ian Bailey , the only suspect named by Irish police.

This video is the result of an alternative forensic investigative approach into the unexplained death of a French woman named Sophie Toscan du Plantier in She had acquired fatal traumatic injuries. A murder investigation was launched. Presently a team of experts from France are attempting to solve

Ms du Plantier was beaten to death at her holiday home in Toormore, near Schull, in west Cork, just before Christmas 1996.

Ian Bailey ordered to pay €115,000 compensation to family of murdered Sophie Toscan du Plantier Appeal: Son Pierre Louis Baudey-Vignaud in Cork yesterday to ask for information about the murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier ahead of the trial of Ian Bailey. Photo: Provision Nobody was convicted of the murder in Ireland due to a lack of sufficient evidence.

The French case was the result of 23 years of campaigning by Ms du Plantier’s family, who made a criminal complaint to the French authorities in 1997. Under French law, civil parties can file a complaint in a criminal case, which must then be officially investigated by public prosecutors.

Ian Bailey ordered to pay €115,000 compensation to family of murdered Sophie Toscan du Plantier © PA Archive/PA Images Ian Bailey leaving the Court of Appeal in Dublin after an earlier hearing (Niall Carson/PA) Mr Bailey’s lawyer, Frank Buttimer, called the conviction a “grotesque miscarriage of justice” and that the French justice system had “pre-determined” his client’s guilt.

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A jailed Sunday school teacher has been ordered to pay € 300, 000 in damages to a boy who he sexually Garvan, who was a trusted friend of the boy’s family , admitted to seven sample charges of sexually 3 Ian Bailey ’s extradition sought by France after Toscan du Plantier murder conviction.

Sophie Toscan du Plantier : her badly-beaten body was found outside her holiday home near Toormore outside Schull in West Cork on the Newly appointed investigating magistrate Nathalie Turquey has delivered an indictment order to start a criminal case at the Court of Assizes in Paris on

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