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Rémy Daillet, wanted in the Mia case, arrested in Malaysia – international news

Rémy Daillet, figure of a conspiracy movement, suspected of having contributed to the organization of thekidnapping little Mia in April, was arrested on Saturday in Malaysia where he lives, we learned on Sunday from sources familiar with the matter. Rémy Daillet, who was under the shot of an international arrest warrant, was arrested by the Malaysian police, added one of the sources familiar with the matter.

This man, who had resided in Malaysia for several years in an irregular situation, was arrested by Malaysian police on the basis of his irregular stay, according to a source familiar with the matter. He can now be either deported to France by the Malaysian authorities for illegal stay in their country, or extradited if the authorities retain the international arrest warrant, knowing that the deportation procedure is much faster.

“Our organization returns children kidnapped by the state to parents”

In a video posted online after Mia’s kidnapping, Rémy Daillet tried to defend himself on his role in the case. Without mentioning Mia by name, he refuted the term kidnapping. “The big press tries to discredit us as much as possible by accusing me, for example, of promoting kidnappings,” he said in this rather disjointed 5-minute video. “Our organization, free, resistant, returns children kidnapped by the State to parents, at their request. So there is absolutely no kidnapping ”.

As part of the Mia case, six men and the mother of the girl, close to the anti-system movement and conspirators, were indicted and placed in pre-trial detention.

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