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[UK] French Nanny's Badly Burnt Body Found In Garden.
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Quote:Two charged with murder of French nanny whose badly burnt body was
found in garden at house in south London.

'A man and woman have been charged with the murder of a French au pair whose burnt body
was found in the garden of a house in south London.

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Police raced to the Edwardian end-of-terrace home in Wandsworth after parents walking their
children home from school reported a large blaze and “weird-smelling” smoke coming from the
home in south London on Wednesday evening.

A neighbour’s child scaled the back garden gate and saw a bonfire with a man throwing sticks
on the flames. When firefighters arrived at 6.30pm at the property in Wimbledon Park Road,
the body was so badly burned they could not establish the age or gender.

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The victim has been named locally as Sophie Lionnet, 21, a nanny from Troyes, in north-eastern
France.

Police today charged Ouissem Medouni, 40, and Sabrina Kouider, 34, of Pulborough Road,
SW18 with her murder. Ms Lionnet looked after Ms Quider's three-year-old daughter and son
aged six at the flat.

Neighbours said Ms Lionnet had been living in London for 14 months in order to learn English.
A shocked neighbour who lived upstairs told the Standard: “We complained to our landlord the
day before about a bad smell. It was like a gas leak.
He came in and had a look around but didn’t see anything.

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“That family kept to themselves mostly, I remember once they came in complaining about our
washing machine leaking into their flat.

“They seemed quite normal but they always do. We would hear them having really loud arguments
below there would be a woman’s screams.”

A mother-of-two, 51, whose home backs on to the garden where the charred remains were found
said her children saw a man poking what they thought were “sticks” on to a fire.

She told the Standard: “We saw the bonfire smoking up. 
“My little boys looked over and saw this man sweeping some wood into the burning stuff. He told me
it was just a ‘big pile of black’. “I didn’t think much of it they did odd things at odd times anyway.
I only ever really saw the French nanny and the kids.”

A friend told the Daily Mail: “She came here to learn English, but found it very difficult here.
“Sophie had been unhappy for a long time – so unhappy she left to stay with one of her few
friends for two nights last month.

“She had finally decided to go home though, and had just asked her mum to send her £40 so
she could afford the fare.
“She was supposed to have gone back on Monday. She never arrived."

Ouissem Medouni and Sabrina Kouider will appear at Wimbledon Magistrates' Court today...'

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'...“They seemed quite normal but they always do. We would hear them having really loud arguments
below there would be a woman’s screams.”...'
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However, The Daily Star spins it in a different manner and the media wonders why droves are leaving
MSM for alternative news.

Quote:Tearful woman accused of 'French au pair' murder gasps for breath in court appearance.

'A woman accused of murder after the discovery of a burnt dead body –believed to be a French au pair
-was gasping for breath and on the verge of tears during a court appearance today.

Earlier this week cops rushed to the scene of a swanky London mansion following reports of a fire and
found a dead woman so badly burned they have not yet established gender and age.
Neighbours believe the dead body is that of Sophie Lionnet, who came to London over a year ago to
learn English.

Sabrina Kouider, 34, and Quissem Medouni, 40, have been charged with murder and have appeared
at Magistrates court. The pair appeared in the dock dressed in grey prison tracksuits with Kouider
gasping for breath and on the verge of tears.

The Daily Mail reports that Kouider is the ex-girlfriend of the Boyzone founder Mark Walton.
The duo have been remanded in custody until a pre-trial hearing at the Old Bailey on Tuesday.
Kouider faces one charge of "murder on or before September 20" and Medouni faces one charge
of "murder between September 7 and September 20"...'
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No mention of burning the body in a garden and instead, focus is on the 'feelings' of the couple charged!
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Figures .... damn goatshaggers have no regard for human life .... hang the fucking bastards ......
Better to reign in hell ....
  than serve in heaven .....



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Quote:“She had finally decided to go home though, and had just asked her mum to send her £40 so
she could afford the fare.
“She was supposed to have gone back on Monday. She never arrived."

That's really sad.

As for the murderers feelings... F'em!  



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Quote:Sophie Lionnet death: Couple admit burning French nanny's body.

'A couple who deny murdering a French nanny have admitted they tried to dispose of her body by burning it.
The charred remains of Sophie Lionnet, 21, were discovered in the garden at a house in Southfields on 20
September.

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Police were initially unable to identify the body but later confirmed it was Ms Lionnet, originally from Troyes
in north-east France.

Sabrina Kouider, 34, and her partner Ouissem Medouni, 40, pleaded guilty to perverting the course of justice.
At the Old Bailey, the pair, of Wimbledon Park Road, Wandsworth, south London, admitted the charge of
perverting the course of justice by attempting to "dispose of the body of Sophie Lionnet by burning".

Both face a five-week murder trial starting on 19 March...'
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How so very sad...
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