Monday, 27 October 2008

Press release

To the attention of the media:

Following the disappearance of Jean-Baptiste Talleu in India on the 5th of December 2007, the examining magistrate of Nancy in charge of the case sent an international rogatory letter last May. Its execution would allow the French police to go to India to investigate, but agreement from the India authorities has not yet been received.

To show the French and India authorities the French people’s interest  in this investigation, we are starting a petition, which will be sent as soon as the results appear.

We therefore wish to thank, in advance, the French media  for broadcasting this petition. The police has been waiting since May to receive the green light to go to India and with your help we hope that the investigation will be able to start soon. 

Even though Jean-Baptiste Talleu went missing 10 months ago, no official investigation has begun! This lack of action has been unbearable for the family, and they hope that the French authorities understand the urgency of the situation . A French citizen has disappeared in India; it is unthinkable that the French government is not trying harder to get an answer from the Indian government.

For the association ajb “Alerte Disparition de Jean-Baptiste TALLEU”:

Association President:  Dr Catherine de Korwin,

Treasurer: Elisabeth Schlosser: 0623093496

Talleu family Lawyer: Mr Moser: 0675877942, who accepts to be contacted for more information about this rogatory commission.


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