Four-year-old Gregory Villemin was ascertained submerge with his hands and paws fixed in the Vologne river in 1984
The great aunt and uncle of a four-year-old boy murdered 32 years ago in France have been charged with his kidnap, raising said that he hoped a contingency that has gripped the country could ultimately be solved.
Gregory Villemin was felt submerge with his hands and feet tied in the Vologne river in the Vosges elevations of eastern France on 16 October 1984.
The case of Little Gregory is one of Frances most high-profile unsolved slayings, a romance of clas resentment and struggles that erupt back into the headlines when Jacqueline Jacob, 72, and her 71 -year-old husband Marcel were arrested on Wednesday.
More than three decades after Gregory was found dead, the couple were on Friday charged with kidnapping and an additional charge of limited when they appeared in courtroom in the eastern municipality of Dijon. They were both remanded in custody.
Both have disclaimed any participate, Dijon prosecutor Jean-Jacques Bosc afterwards told a news conference. For the moment they do not has only one alibi that is either corroborated or backed up, Bosc said.
Explaining the nature of service charges, he remarked Gregory would not have died unless he had first been kidnapped.
Gregory was seized from his mothers dwelling and held for a certain time before his death, the public prosecutor said.