Sylvia, 40, was killed by her husband on Monday, November 11, when she filed a domestic violence lawsuit. His daughter accuses police of taking too much time to intervene, but the justice system for leaving beaten women in danger.
It has been nearly four years since her mother hung out with her husband who killed her on Monday, November 11th. Four years when Sylvia, 40, suffered a stroke on her husband.
It was his daughter, Stella, who contacted the gendarmerie after a call for help from his mother. "I spent three minutes from Bishwiller to [chez ma mère] while the gendarmerie is also in Biscuit. We called them before I left homeshe says, on the microphone of France blue Alsace. It took us half an hour to come. "
She blames the gendarmes for not intervening fast enough. " I had time to climb the gate, break the door, see my mother get the last sting in the carotid artery. […] I saw flashing lights as firefighters who did not dare intervene because he was armed. Geoandering was not there yet. "
"No one wanted to help us"
Stella also condemns the abandonment of failed women. "Nobody wanted to listen to us, nobody wanted to help us. Except "sorry, ma'am." It's all well and good to complain, but it doesn't helpsays bitterly.
We walk her on the couch and: 'Good night, ma'am'ironically, says the young woman.The next day we're not even sure she wakes up. This is what happened tonight. "
In 2018, 121 women died under the blows of their companion or former companion.
"I had time to see my mother die." Fury of the victim's daughter's angerOuest-France.fr