INFO BHMTV – Monique Olivier, the ex-wife of serial killer Michel Journette, has been in custody since Tuesday in Nantes as part of an investigation into the mysterious disappearance of Lydie Logge, dating back to December 1993 in Saint-Christophe-le-Hayolet in Orne. According to our information, it is heard by ORFWP, the Central Office for the Repression of Violence against Persons.
A young woman who disappeared in 1993
This 29-year-old woman disappeared in Orne on December 18, 1993. Her body was never found. A new trace was born last February, after comparisons between the DNA of the missing and the traces found in Michel Journaret's vehicle.
This disappearance has already been the subject of two investigations, from 1994 to 1998 and from 2004 to 2009, both of which resulted in unexpected cases. The Argentine prosecutor's office reopened its dreadful disappearance file in June 2018.
For years, Monique Olivier has been complicit in the many assassinations committed by her husband, the "Ardennes Ogre." While the latter is still in jail, the two then sealed a criminal pact: it will help him kidnap and kill girls; in return, he will take care of liquidating his old companions. She will also be the one to sign the last cessation of their criminal voyage, in 2004, when she bursts in before investigators and unveils the long list of Michel Journette victims.
Michel Journaret was sentenced in 2008 to life in prison for seven murders of young women or girls between 1987 and 2001, preceded by rape or attempted rape. On 16.11.2018 he was again sentenced to life imprisonment for the 1988 assassination of Harida Jamice.