A French kidnapped mother extradited by Switzerland …

The mother of Frenchwoman Mia Montimage, who ordered the kidnapping of the eight-year-old, was charged in Nancy on Friday after Switzerland extradited her to France. The Public Prosecution announced that.

On Friday morning, the Swiss authorities handed over Lula Montemagi, 28, to France. Nancy’s lawyer had announced, on Friday evening, that she was also charged with “kidnapping a minor under the age of 15 with an organized gang” and “kidnapping a minor to a place outside the territory of the Republic.”

Investigators found Montimage with her daughter in the canton of Vaud, Switzerland. She had been in police custody since April 18.

The mother wanted Organize kidnapping Mia She did not describe in detail, “but she admitted that she did,” the lawyer added. She wanted to justify and legitimize her action.

Maternal love and conspiracy theories

Her lawyer said, “She couldn’t bear not seeing her daughter, they were closely related … It was just unimaginable for her, so she let herself drift away and didn’t make the right decision.

She felt trapped, lost and not listening. She didn’t make the right decision and she knows it and understands it. ”Montemaggi lost custody of her daughter due to the attacks. It was published in France by Rémy Daillet-Wiedemann. His name was mentioned several times during Interrogation of three kidnappers accomplices.

A Frenchman with the nickname “Romeo” was also handed over with her. He could have helped her on her trip in Switzerland. He was charged with “aggravated kidnapping and criminal conspiracy”.

A third person appeared before the investigating judge on Friday afternoon.

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