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Preserve the Crime Scene ! Alps Murders

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Post by tigger on 29.10.12 5:55

I also recently read that the little girl who was injured was outside the car with her father when the gunman appeared. She said that her father got back in the car and tried to drive away. Which means he left his daughter outside the car?

DMirror talks about gunmen again. To reload three times and shoot 25 bullets? Clips of 8 - surely he should have had seven left, unless the old gun jammed. I would think an old Luger would be hard to trace. Still, the MO is highly unusual.


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Post by Guest on 20.10.13 0:26

Alps murders: French police 'covering up', says brother


By Jane Corbin BBC Panorama
 
 
 
The brother of a British man killed with his wife and mother-in-law while on holiday in the Alps has denied arranging their murder.
 
Zaid al-Hilli, from Surrey, has accused French police of "covering up" the real target of the killings in 2012 and also offered to take a lie-detector test.
 
He remains on bail after being arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder.
 
The French prosecutor said he was convinced there was a very serious feud between the brothers.
 
Saad al-Hilli and his wife Iqbal, from Claygate, her mother Suhaila al-Allaf and French cyclist Sylvain Mollier, were shot on 5 September 2012.
 
The bodies of the four victims were found on a remote forest road in Chevaline near Lake Annecy.
 
The two young daughters survived the attack, one by hiding under her dead mother's skirt.
 
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Saad's brother Zaid, who is from Chessington, was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder amid claims he doctored documents to ensure he inherited the family estate following the death of their father.
 
Zaid denied arranging the killings and said the accusations were "ridiculous."
 
He rejected claims of a feud between the brothers over the inheritance.
 
He said they got on well despite only communicating through their lawyers in the eleven months before the attack.
 
"Our relationship was very brotherly and very close, and we looked after each other," he said.
 
He declined to answer questions about his father's will because British police are investigating him for possible fraud.
 
"Serious feud"
 
He said French police shut down their investigation in to the murdered cyclist, Sylvain Mollier, too soon.
 
"They are covering up for someone in France in that region and they know it.
 
"Sylvain Mollier was involved in family disputes and was an outsider to [his] rich family. There is something more to it locally... most crime has local roots."
 
The French prosecutor, Eric Maillaud, has said he is sure the cyclist was there by accident and is convinced there was a feud between the brothers.
 
"The police have investigated Sylvain Mollier's family as far as they could. There is nothing to link Mollier to this murder," he said.
 
"The investigators have become convinced that Zaid tried to steal from his father, one way or another, and that there was a very serious feud between the two brothers.
 
"Saad al-Hilli was afraid of his brother and had changed the locks at the house and fitted a new alarm."
 
Mr Maillaud said French investigators will solve the mystery of the Annecy murders however long it takes.
 
 
 
Panorama: Murder in the Alps, BBC One, Monday 21 October at 21:00 BST and then available in the UK on the BBC iPlayer
 
 
 
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-24476624
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Post by Guest on 20.10.13 11:38

I like the bit about the brothers getting on well though for the previous 11 months they'd communicated only through their solicitors!
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Post by TheTruthWillOut on 21.10.13 22:28

Just watched the Murder In The Alps special and the VAST difference in how the BBC/police questioned/accused the brother was shocking.
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Post by Woofer on 22.10.13 0:22

@TheTruthWillOut wrote:Just watched the Murder In The Alps special and the VAST difference in how the BBC/police questioned/accused the brother was shocking.
I thought the French Inspector was lying.
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Post by Guest on 15.01.14 14:40

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-surrey-25741344

There's not enough evidence to charge anyone at the moment.
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Post by Guest on 18.02.14 12:35

Man arrested in Alps probe..........


French police investigating the killing of a British family in the Alps in 2012 have arrested a 48-year-old man


More on link..

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-26240055
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Post by PeterMac on 18.02.14 12:56

And it turns out the French police kept the e-fit under wraps for a long time.
Sound familiar ?

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Post by Guest on 18.02.14 13:35

@PeterMac wrote:And it turns out the French police kept the e-fit under wraps for a long time.
Sound familiar ?

Here's one - but to be honest it could be anybody.

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