The four members of this family were killed in February 2017 at their home. The sister-in-law acknowledged the facts. The trial is due at the end of 2020.
Nantes Magistrates Judges announced on Thursday the end of a criminal investigation into the February 2017 murder of a Truec family in Orville (Loire-Atlantique). "The parties have one month to request any requests for additional acts and the trial should be held by the end of 2020.", we learned Sunday, November 17, from a source close to the file, confirming information from Ocean Press.
According to a regional newspaper, psychiatrists who examined the suspect considered his reasoning "Changed" at the time of the facts. Hubert Caussin, a former civil servant in Brest's arsenal without a criminal record, admitted in March 2017 the murders of Pascal and Brigitte Troycek, 49, and their two children, 21 and 18, respectively. They were shot dead in their house, shot with deer kicks, never found, against the backdrop of the war on inheritance.
Human remains, but not skulls
Mr Cousins admitted breaking up and then removing the bodies, burning them in the oven or burying them on his property in Pont-de-Bois-Les-Quimerc (Schnitzer), where he lived with his son and son. companion Lydia Triadec.
Human remains – but not skulls – were found in this huge and secluded property, which allows the four victims to be identified and buried.
Hubert Causin was charged with murder and put in custody. His companion, Lydian Troodec, was charged with "Changing the Census of Crime" and Hiding Carcasses, and placed under judicial control.