- Category : 1967-births
- Type : GP
- Profile : 1/3 - Investigating / Martyr
- Definition : Split - Small (34,57)
- Incarnation Cross : RAX Laws 2
French homicide victim, the wife of Henri Jean Jacomet who was convicted of murder and sentenced to prison for seven years until the verdict was overturned and he was released on 6/15/1995. He had never stopped proclaiming his innocence of the carnage of Huos.
On 7/13/1988, Henri had returned from his night job to find his house empty. He went to his brother-in-law's home where he discovered three corpses at 5:45 AM. His wife Fabienne (whom he had married on 10/04/1986) was beheaded with an axe and her sister, Joelle was disemboweled with a knife. Joelle's husband Fernando Mateuo Rodrigues-Nunes was found in the storeroom, dead from a bullet in the head, fired under his chin. It was concluded that Fernando, demented, had killed the two women and committed suicide, but at the trial, Henri had been convicted.