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Husband who admits wife's murder arrives for second day of hearing

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A convoy takes Jonathann Daval to the courthouse in Vesoul, France, for the second day of a trial into the murder of wife Alexia. Daval is scheduled to be confronted by his former in-laws, who are determined to ask him "why this horror"? IMAGES

Added on the 17/11/2020 10:20:14 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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