Offers a Michelin-starred restaurant,
a former photojournalist named Tintin and displaced Englishman who he was in the SAS he says:
This is the main suspect in a failed kidnapping of the owner of the luxury hotel on the French Riviera last week.
And the abduction of Jacqueline Veyrac, the millionaire owner of the Grand Hotel in Cannes,
on Monday in a street in the center of Nice.
Two days after she was released after it was spotted by a passer-by on the road in the hills overlooking the city.
They were bound and gagged and lying on the floor of a parked car.
And it prepared a passerby on the car because one of the plates recorded and hanging – disclosure of the second plate underneath.
On Sunday, praised the prosecutor in Nice,
courage Ms. Veyrac throughout her ordeal for two days, all of that spent on the floor of the truck.
“She never gave up.
And showed exceptional character,” said Jean-Michel Britr.
I managed twice in the 76 years of age to evade plastic ropes binding her hands and ankles,
but each time her captors spotted her.
Throughout her detention he refused to eat and she was offered, and took only water.
According to the prosecutor, he was arrested six people
and put them under investigation for kidnapping and extortion. Seventh man – a former policeman – faces less than a failure to report a crime charge. Five of the seven remain in prison.
The prime suspect is Giuseppe Serena,
a businessman at the age of 63 years and a restaurant owner from Italy, which is used to run the famous La Reserve restaurant on a promontory above the port of Nice.
Do not reserve a nice milestone – and also belongs to the family of Veyrac.
Grand Hotel in Cannes, France
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