The criminal liability of Ms. Kabou, who was accused of having murdered his daughter by leaving her on a beach, has again been at centre of trial.Fabienne Kabou, who was accused of having murdered his daughter by leaving her at rising tide on a beach of Berck (Pas-de-Calais region) in 2013, was sentenced Friday, September 15, to fifteen years imprisonment by court of appeal of North, Douai.
sentence pronounced by The court, which has upheld alteration of discernment, was with a follow-up socio-judicial of eight years, with injunction to care. In first instance, Fabienne Kabou had been sentenced to twenty years. Thursday, in appeal, advocate general had required eighteen years imprisonment.
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According to his confession, Fabienne Kabou, 40 years old, was made on 19 November 2013 from his home in Saint-Mandé, near paris, to Berck, in order to drown small Adelaide – who has not had legal existence, because y have not been registered in civil registry.criminal responsibility of The accused at centre of trial
criminal responsibility of The accused, a person to be judged by all as "very intelligent" but also " confusing ", was, as in first instance, at centre of this new trial, which began last Friday. The experts came to bar to try to enlighten court on his or her personality.
If all of m have retained alteration of discernment at time of facts, psychiatrists have felt that Fabienne Kabou was " mentally ill ", while psychologists have asserted that re was in it a "structure" neurotic ".
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For defence, Fabienne Kabou is "sick" : "to Judge, to understand, she is sick. Three psychiatrists have said, y put it on edge of abolition of discernment ", was launched during his argument to Me Frank Berton to jury.
to try To explain his gesture, Fabienne Kabou, who had faced up to life imprisonment, said before court to have been "guided" by an " energy malicious ". "Something, or someone, has acted in me to murder my daughter. A little as if someone had commissioned his death, by my hands ", she explained on first day. The sorcery ? Explanations " pure opportunity ", has swept general counsel, Pascale Girardon.