Ultrad right: Rémy Daillet indicted for violent action projects and imprisoned

He is believed to be the mastermind of a group, planning violent actions in France. Rémi Daillet, 54, son of centrist MP Jean-Marie Daillet, is suspected of having considered “Coup d’etat projects and other violent actions including an attack on a Masonic lodge in eastern France”, we said from a source close to the case.

Her secretary, Ginette M., aged 67, was also arrested on Tuesday, October 19, in the Aude where she lives, and placed in police custody, the same source added. Both were questioned in the premises of the DGSI (Directorate General for Internal Security).

Since May, twelve people belonging to the ultra-right have been indicted for “criminal terrorist association” for plans for violent action.

→ READ Ultra-right terrorism, the other threat

Among these suspects, some are suspected of belonging to the small group Honneur et nation which was planning to attack a Masonic lodge in eastern France. The investigations of the anti-terrorism judges, entrusted to the DGSI, then turned to those close to Rémy Daillet. On October 8, four men aged 43 to 69, including two soldiers, living in the Hautes-Pyrénées, the Meuse and the Hauts-de-Seine in particular, were indicted.

Among the targets: 5G antennas, vaccination center, etc.

Convinced that Emmanuel Macron “Is at the service of money and that we must put an end to big capital”, these men had “The idea of ​​a coup d’etat, of the overthrow of the French government”, had told AFP a source close to the case.

“The political opponent Rémy Daillet has absolutely no link either with the small group Honneur et nation or with the plans for attacks that are attributed to its members of whom he is not aware”, reacted in a statement his lawyer, Me Jean-Christophe Basson-Larbi. “No objective element demonstrates its implication” in different projects, according to the lawyer. Among the targets of the accused included among others 5G antennas, vaccination centers, journalists and personalities, had detailed two sources close to the investigation.

“A political prisoner”

The small group Honneur et nation has no connection with La Nouvelle France, the political movement of Rémy Daillet which called for the peaceful and popular overthrow of the French government and not for attacks or acts of neo-Nazi terrorism. », Adds Me Basson-Larbi. Considering his client as a “Political prisoner”, He denounces “The will of the political power and the French services to embellish it in the long term” .

Among the four suspects arrested in early October, two are also being prosecuted in the case of the kidnapping of little Mia. In this investigation, entrusted to two investigating judges from the Nancy judicial court, Rémy Daillet was indicted in mid-June for ” complicity in the kidnapping of a 15-year-old minor committed in an organized gang and criminal association with a view to committing the crime of kidnapping a 15-year-old minor in an organized gang “.

Mia found safe and sound five days after her kidnapping

“Animator” of the “Movement” anti-system in which the kidnappers of the girl evolved, it “Appears as the organizer of a movement called Le Renversement in which he promotes the idea according to which it is advisable to carry out actions aimed at restoring to their parents children who are nevertheless regularly placed”, had detailed the prosecutor of the Republic of Nancy, François Pérain.

Ten other people are being prosecuted in this investigation. Based in Malaysia, Rémy Daillet did not know “The existence of this movement and its activities, unrelated to its political organization”, assures his lawyer. He was arrested at the end of May with his partner and their three children and then expelled by the Malaysian authorities due to the expiry of their visas.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *