Sophie Toscan Du Plantier case

A denial of justice

Julien Cros

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Prefaces by Pierre-Louis Baudey-Vignaud and Marguerite Bouniol On December 23, 1996, Sophie Toscan du Plantier was found murdered on her property in Toormore, Ireland. 17 years later, despite multiple testimonies and a suspect, the case has still not been solved. On the eve of the reopening of the investigation of the case in France, the relatives of the victim intend to provide unprecedented testimony. They also denounce the negligence shown by Irish institutions and the inertia of their French counterparts. Despite the shortcomings of the investigation, faced with the denial of justice, they try to reconstruct the facts precisely, in the hope that the truth finally comes out.
The author

Julien Cros and Jean-Antoine Bloc are members of ASSOPH (Association for the truth about the assassination of Sophie Toscan du Plantier). Pierre-Louis Baudey-Vignaud and Marguerite Bouniol are respectively the son and mother of Sophie Toscan du Plantier.

192 pages | ISBN: 9782315004904