Magali Blandin Parents:-She enters the auditorium with her head down, surrounded by three security guards and unable to contain her larmes. Monique Gaillard, the mother of Magali Blandin, who was murdered by her husband Jérôme, appeared before the chamber of instruction of the Rennes Court of Appeal on Thursday, April 1. Jérôme Gaillard’s mother has requested his release from jail. Since Saturday, March 20, following the revelations of her son about Magali Blandin’s death, she has been hiding behind the walls of Rennes’ women’s jail. Monique Gaillard did not want to address the judges in front of her parents and survivor present in the room.
Elle has delegated the task to her attorney, Gwendoline Tender. Since the beginning of her client’s provisional detention, Monique Gaillard has minimized her client’s role in Magali Blandin’s murder. “We are not part of the family conspiracy as others have said,” Gwendoline Tender said. “Yes, my client has been deceived. She said that she altered the chronology of key events at the request of her son. Elle was fearful about her reaction.”
This audience enabled them to learn a little more about what transpired in the weeks before the death of their 42-year-old mother of the family. Jérôme Gaillard’s parents would have been aware of their son’s plans in the run-up to Christmas. Ce dernier would then confess to having paid Georgians to execute his wife. Magali had requested a divorce. The unacceptable decision for the family father. He would not have accepted her assuming financial independence and departing with a portion of the couple’s assets.
Magali Blandin’s parents, aged sixty-two and sixty-five, are suspected of being complicit in her assassination. They were examined and found guilty of “complicity of murder by cohabitant” and “complicity of attempted murder by cohabitant.” As revealed by Le Parisien on April 2, 2021, an audience will be held on April 1 to address the guilt of the two septentenaires. According to investigators, Jérome G.’s parents each created an alibi for their son through telephone calls at predetermined hours. However, this is not all.
To protect his kid, Jérôme G.’s mother may have also sent emails to his email address. “The alibi she provided enabled her to evade the investigators for many weeks,” Me William Pineau, Magali Blandin’s attorney, said. However, no one knows for sure if Jérôme G acted alone on February 11, 2021, in the morning. A bizarre tale that the procurer de la République de Rennes, Philippe Astruc, has described as a “criminal plan, an out-of-the-ordinary case, a scenario of great complexity…”
Gwendoline Tenier is the attorney that represents Jérôme Gaillard’s mother. Thus, two distinct defenders for the two parents. The attorney requested her client’s release from custody on Monday, and this is what she confided in us: “C’est une mère qui est en train de découvrir à la fois that son fils has committed an atrocity and that she is caught in what the attorney refers to as a “loyalty conflict.”
The Republic’s prosecutor spoke during a news conference about a criminal conspiracy, a family conspiracy; this is not what I see. What I see is that there is a loyalty conflict to the extent that you have two parents, aged 72 and 74, who are now being held in detention pending the outcome of an investigation into heinous conduct committed by their son.”