Gérard Pardiès case: return to the bloody New Year of this ex-policeman victim of family resentment

Gérard Pardiès case: return to the bloody New Year of this ex-policeman victim of family resentment

On December 31, Frédéric Pardiès killed his father in cold blood. He couldn’t bear that this former policeman with a troubled past didn’t agree to reconnect.

New Year’s Eve ended in a bloodbath. In 2016, Gérard Pardiès disappeared just before the stroke of midnight. As reported France Blue at the time, this former retired police officer left his sister’s home to join his, by bicycle, around 9 p.m. on December 31. In La Garde, in the Var, it was a resident of the residence where this 77-year-old man lived who alerted the police, after discovering a huge bloodstain on the ground in front of the ex-policeman’s garage. An investigation was then opened for worrying disappearance by the Toulon prosecutor’s office. Five days later, in police custody confounded by his own blood, his son confessed to his murder.

According France Bluethe cause of this tragic murder would be old quarrels which then dated back more than ten years. The son of Gérard Pardiès would have tried to reconnect with his father, who had left the region after the death of his wife.e. On December 24, 2016, he went to the former policeman, who did not give him a warm welcome. A week later, “so decided to wait for his father, according to our colleagues. He beat him up and threw his body in the car”. But Frédéric Pardiès never revealed where he hid his father’s body, a former policeman with a troubled past, convicted of a robbery decades before. It seems he made it disappear by throwing it into the Mediterranean Sea.

The son of Gérard Pardiès was sentenced

“My father, his instructions, I never understood him. However, the family should be something simple. I regret having killed my father, he affirmed in front of the jury, according Var-Morning. Whatever the penalty, I will not appeal.” The Advocate General asserted that “it was hatred that led to crime” : “I maintain that the intention of murder guided the actions of Frédéric Pardiès. The intention, even fleeting, to take his life. It is a beating in which he does not hold back. He wants to turn against his father all the time. hurt all of a sudden. For the debt to be paid”. On January 10, 2020, he was sentenced by the Var Assize Court. Frédéric Pardiès received a twelve-year prison sentence.

Source: www.closermag.fr

Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support team Learn more

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.