French officials were involved in the murder of her husband on Thursday, about 27 years after it was discovered that a woman had been decapitated. Since indicting the woman as, it remains unresolved.
Christoph Dwar, 28, was found decapitated in the town of Busset in the Auvergne region of central France on Christmas Day 1995.
Local prosecutor Eric Nevu said the widow, 56, was detained on Tuesday and was charged and detained by a security judge on Thursday.
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"Serious and consistent evidence shows her involvement Christophe Dwar "In the murder," he told reporters, adding that she risked 30 years in prison if she was charged with murder and convicted.
"The investigation must identify and continue to arrest other protagonists," he said, with the element being "alone in the process." "No," he said. 37}
He made it impossible to disclose other information at this stage, but she made "inconsistent" statements and did not give "trustworthy explanations". Said that.Le Parisien reported.
This move will take place after the body of Dwar was excavated in April to perform a new test. Neveu revealed during the cross-examination that the widow denied her involvement in the murder.
According to Le Parisien, Dwar and his wife had a discussion on December 16, 1985, after he dropped the plugged-in hair dryer while taking a bath. Dwar was angry and left to spend the night with his brother, the newspaper reported.
Dwar had disappeared after spending the night at his brother's house. He said he would leave just before midnight and go hunting the next day.
His car was found, but there were no signs of him until the hunter found his body in the ditch. He was identified because of his paperwork and clothes he had with him.
Two proceedings were filed against the suspect in 2000 and 2002, both of which were withdrawn and the crime remains one of France's most notorious cold cases. I am.
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