|born on||19 May 1952 at 18:30 (= 6:30 PM )|
|Place||Jarnac, France, 45n41, 0w10|
|Timezone||MET h1e (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||28°39' 08°44 Asc. 07°17'|
French jurist, the examining magistrate in the Villemin case. He is the author of several books. He married on 28 May 1987 in Mazirot, France.
At the high-profile Villemin trial, it comes out that the family was the target of a maleficent person making anonymous phone calls and letters. Judge Lambert, a real weathercock, ran the inquiry according to his mood swings. He charged Bernard Laroche, a cousin of the child's father, with the crime, following information given by his niece Muriel, and then released him a few
weeks later. He took the case out of the hands of the local police and gave it to the police judiciaire (something like the FBI.)
Thinking that his cousin was guilty of the murder of his son, Jean-Marie Villemin took justice in his hands and killed Bernard Laroche with a shotgun on 29 March 1985. On the same day he surrendered and was jailed. Then Judge Lambert's investigation turned to Christine Villemin whom he arrested for the voluntary manslaughter of her son. The lawyers got her release in ten days.
On 17 March 1987, Judge Maurice Simon took over the inquiry and corrected, one by one, the mistakes of his young colleague and set another trial date.
- opponent/rival/enemy relationship with Villemin, Jean-Marie (born 30 September 1958)
- compare to chart of Simon, Maurice (1923) (born 16 February 1923)
- Work : Begin Major Project 1985 (Assigned to Villeman trial)
Didier Geslain archive, 'L' pdf file, p. 116.
Same data: Petitallot quotes B.C., Cadran No.4, 1/1994
- Traits : Personality : Changeable (Shifted opinions in trial)
- Vocation : Law : Jurist
- Vocation : Writers : Textbook/ Non-fiction