the letters of Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès, after having killed his family, made public, his unpublished declarations which send shivers down your spine!

After Jacques Mesrine, Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès. Indeed, this father has been the most wanted man in the country for nearly eleven years. Suspected of having killed his entire family, many rumors circulate about this individual who would have died for some, who would have changed his face for others, or who would have simply continued to lead a peaceful life at the other end. of the world. Precisely, speaking of the end of the world, a person would have crossed his path a few weeks ago. This is the former neighbor of the family who was in San Francisco as reported by our colleagues from Starmag.

“Catherine, the woman, enters a food store when someone jostles her. She immediately recognized Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès and said his first name out loud. He widened his eyes before turning race”, they wrote. For Bruno de Stabenrath, there is no doubt, it was indeed his old friend: “If it hadn’t been for Xavier, he would have simply replied: ‘Hello ma’am'”. “They are a little austere people. They would never have invented such a story. Catherine D. really fell on Xavier in 2015”.

Letters as cold as the character

But since this event nothing, or almost nothing. Indeed, our colleagues from Figaro have just revealed chilling letters that Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès would have written shortly after having murdered his entire family. Letters that start in the simplest way with a basic “Hi everyone”. In the rest of his missives, the most wanted man in France makes it known that he would have been an essential witness in a case involving the DEA and that the trial will take place in “coming years.”

It would be for this reason that he would have left the country suddenly thanks to the “federal witness protection program”. Furthermore, he informs that after reading the letter in question, “they will no longer officially exist as French”. But the sentence that sends shivers down the spine is undoubtedly the postscript in which he states: “No need to worry about the portico and the canoe (nor the rubble and other bazaars piled up under the terrace: it was there when we arrived here)”. A place deemed useless for Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès, but in which the authorities found the bodies of his family members.

See also: Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès alive? This new testimony which revives all speculation!


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