Twenty-five years of criminal imprisonment were requested by the Advocate General on Wednesday at the Assises de l’Hérault against Charles-Olivier Adde, father accused of the murder of his wife and 19-month-old daughter, in a suicide plan ultimately aborted collective.
Twenty-five years of criminal imprisonment were requested by the Advocate General on Wednesday at the Assises de l’Hérault against Charles-Olivier Adde, father accused of the murder of his wife and 19-month-old daughter, in a suicide plan ultimately aborted collective. “How this perfectly integrated entrepreneur, whose social ascent we can underline, how this husband who helps his wife, how this father of three children was able to come to take a gun and shoot three bullets in the head of his wife and four in that of her daughter”, questioned the Advocate General Isabelle Delande, evoking “the shock, the amazement, the amazement and the dread” that this case arouses.
Judged since Monday in Montpellier, Charles-Olivier Adde, 42, is accused of having killed his wife Samantha and her baby Ombeline, in July 2019, as part of a suicide plan which would have been initiated by his wife herself. same. It was planned that he would then kill his two sons, then commit suicide, but he had finally given up. In her indictment, the Advocate General, who dwelt more on the context than on the assassination itself, requested a care injunction for ten years and asked the jurors to consider the withdrawal of parental authority. from father. The magistrate recalled that the hospitalization of Ombeline, “the princess of the family”, a victim of malnutrition, had been experienced as an “unbearable break-in into the family sphere”: “This inquisition is one of the keys to understanding the why how”.
“It’s a love that is too big, too excessive”
Decided by the mother, the choice to isolate the family in a village on the Larzac plateau was added to “a fusional relationship of Madame Adde with her children”: “It’s a love that is too great, too excessive”, to the point that the parents “end up loving them badly, insisted Ms. Delande, calling this double murder a” crazy, unreasonable act “. “But can we love too much?” Asked the defense lawyer, Flavie Baumelou: “From this love sprang a monstrous idea”, had concluded earlier in the morning Maître Chantal Corbier, on behalf of the two sons, civil parties, after having kept his promise made to the eldest by reporting his testimony.
“I miss my father”, quotes the lawyer while reading the words of the teenager, now aged 15, plunging the court into emotion and the accused into a deep sob: “I remember the McDo after karate, movies under the blanket, and when he made us laugh in the car. Today, everything is weird. We were all good together.
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