Retired woman attacked in Cannes: “Your son is a murderer”, the victim’s son reacts to the suspect’s father

Retired woman attacked in Cannes: “Your son is a murderer”, the victim’s son reacts to the suspect’s father

Retired woman attacked in Cannes: “Your son is a murderer”, the victim’s son reacts to the suspect’s father

René, son of Angèle Houin, the 89-year-old retiree violently assaulted in late August in Cannes by three teenagers, met the father of one of the attackers on the set of TPMP on C8 on Thursday. He told her that he was her son “a killer”.

Almost three weeks after the violent assault suffered by an 89-year-old pensioner, the victim’s son, René, faced Bouchaïb, father of one of the miners who brought the strokes.

René, explaining at first that his mother, Angèle, “is very ill”, suffering from the “backlash” of the violence she suffered and still having to “pass the head exams”, said to the father of one of the defendants: “Your son is a murderer.”

The suspect’s father has apologized several times, saying he is “sorry”, considering that it is a “disaster”. He explained that he suffered from his son’s actions and did not know how to remedy his gesture. “He did his bullshit in a split second, I don’t know, I’m not defending him. Now he’s in a children’s prison, good for him, ”he said.

Violent aggression and strong reactions

We recall that on 29 August Angèle Houin, 89, was attacked while returning home after shopping. Three young people aged 14 to 15 attacked her, one of her violently hitting her, the second tearing her wallet and the third filming the scene.

It seems that one of the families first tried to create a false alibi to clear one of the suspects, while the lady was also offered a sum of money to withdraw the complaint. However, the payment of a sum was contested this Thursday by the victim’s son in TPMP. The three attackers must still be tried on November 30 for these facts. In the meantime they have been placed in a closed educational center.

In response to this attack, the mayor of Cannes, David Lisnard, had written to the Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin asking him to suspend the payment of social assistance received from the families of the accused. Their eviction from the social housing they occupy was also requested.

Mayor Les Républicains had also considered that the three minors should be “the ones in their own right”, with no excuses of minority.

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