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MISCELLANEOUS FACT – She benefited from the “women in very great danger” protection system, but it did not save her life. A 44-year-old woman living in Épinay-sur-Seine, in Seine-Saint-Denis, died Friday after being stabbed by her ex-companion, learned the Huffpost this Saturday, November 27 with the Bobigny public prosecutor’s office, confirming information from the AFP and you Parisian.
The facts occurred at the foot of the building where this mother of two lived. The victim was returning home around 7.45 p.m. when she met her companion who stabbed her several times, the prosecution told the AFP, confirming information from Point. She had a phone in serious danger, but had left it in her apartment, the prosecution told the Huffpost.
The perpetrator, aged 51, was sentenced on July 25 to one year in prison, including six months closed for violence and threats committed against his partner on June 7.
His companion having triggered his telephone in serious danger on October 5, part of his reprieve had been revoked. Then he was released on November 17, specifies in Huffpost the public prosecutor who must communicate during the day.
The perpetrator in police custody
The couple’s two daughters, aged 5 and 14, did not attend the scene and were taken care of by the feminicide protocol set up in Seine-Saint-Denis.
The perpetrator went the same evening to the police station and was taken into custody, said the Bobigny prosecutor’s office.
According to a recent report from the Ministry of the Interior, 146 women were victims of feminicides, that is to say killed by their spouse or ex-spouse in 2019, and 102 in 2020.
In mid-November, the collective Feminicides by companion or ex reported on Facebook of the “100th and 101st” feminicides of the year 2021 in France, according to its report.
See also on The HuffPost: The victims of feminicides in 2020 have their memorial in the heart of Paris