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Retired France’s Top Judge- Retired Commits Suicide

France’s Top Judge- Retired Commits Suicide
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A retired judge who presided over one of France's most infamous unsolved murders has been found dead in an apparent suicide .

Jean-Michel Lambert, 65, was found by emergency services with his head in a plastic bag at his home near Le Mans late on Tuesday. "There was no trace of violence and no trace of a break-in," said the Le Mans prosecutor in a statement.

The suspected suicide is a new twist in the case that has haunted the country for three decades.
A retired judge who presided over one of France’s most infamous unsolved murders has been found dead in an apparent suicide.

Jean-Michel Lambert, 65, was found by emergency services with his head in a plastic bag at his home near Le Mans late on Tuesday. “There was no trace of violence and no trace of a break-in,” said the Le Mans prosecutor in a statement.

The suspected suicide is a new twist in the case that has haunted the country for three decades.

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