This Monday, October 18 begins the appeal trial of Wojciech Janowski, sentenced to life in 2018 for having ordered the assassination of his stepmother in 2014, the rich heiress Hélène Pastor. Invited from C to you this Thursday, October 14, the son of the victim, Gildo Pastor made terrible confidences on this affair.
He had been sentenced to life in 2018 for commissioning the murder ofHelene Pastor. Wojciech Janowski returns to court this Monday, October 18 for an appeal trial where he will plead not guilty and will want, according to his lawyer, to defend his honor. This Thursday, October 14, C to you invited the son of the murdered billionaire to his set, Gildo Pastor, who will have the opportunity to take the stand during this new trial.
Decreased by two strokes three years ago, Gildo Pastor could not speak during the trial at first instance, but it seems that today he has many revelations to make, as he confided to Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine. In particular, he shared the worries of his mother, a few months before being shot dead. “At the end of 2013, she challenged me and she told me “they want to kill us, I have information on that” “, revealed Gildo Pastor. Information that the wealthy heiress of Monaco would have obtained thanks to detective reports she had in her possession. She knew she was threatened, but so did her son. “My mother told me on his deathbed “It will be either one or the other. And the other will have to reveal the truth” “, he confided.
Gildo Pastor targets his sister’s involvement
In Gildo Pastor’s line of sight, one person: Sylvia Pastor, his sister, including his mother “was afraid“according to him. Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine therefore wanted to know if he thought that this could be involved in the assassination of Hélène Pastor. “I’m asking the question”, replied Gildo Pastor, before adding: “My mother and I had doubts about my brother-in-law since 25 years. And those doubts turned out to be doubts fueled by permanent lies. We explained to my sister that these doubts were no longer possible. And she said she knew it but she didn’t mind it at all.“
Appointed Consul General of Monaco in New York seven years ago, Gildo Pastor no longer wishes to set foot on the Rock. “I can’t bear to live there anymore“, he said.
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