Xavier Dupont Ligon, suspected of murdering his wife and four children in early April at Nantes, had left a phone message on the answering machine of his sister Christine on April 3 at 10:37 p.m. at night alleged killings, according to RTL, which message released Thursday.
"It was the cinoche + + family, and then later at the restaurant Sunday night, and we just returned. ... bah ... So I sent you a little trick to ask if it was too late to phone And then there I see you're on your answering machine (...). That is, bah I kiss you! If it's not too late, you make me re-beep, or you send me a little SMS (...) I'm going to sleep the children and say goodnight to everyone. See you soon, maybe. "
This record has been assigned to RTL by Christine, one of two sisters Xavier Dupont Ligon, who will receive the message the next day, Monday, April 4, according to RTL. She recalls when her brother and talks with him one last time as the message, then it is quite normal, "she told RTL, adding that she continues to doubt his guilt.
The bodies of five victims were discovered on April 21, hidden in the garden terrace of their family home in Nantes. Xavier Dupont Ligon, against whom an international arrest warrant has been issued, was not found since last traces on April 15, in a hotel in the Var.