the body of Lola Davieta twelve-year-old French girl, has been discovered in a plastic suitcase on the night of Friday to Saturday in the 19th district of Paris, very close to the banlieue, as the dangerous outskirts of the French capital are known. The body has the numbers 1 and 0 inscribed, although its meaning has not yet been determined. The French Police do not rule out that it is a crime for organ trafficking. There are four Algerians detained.
The body was found by a homeless man on Hautpoul Street a few hours after his parents reported him missing with a deep cut on his neck and ligature marks on his wrists and ankles. The police arrested four people, two men and two women between the ages of 26 and 43, all natives of Algeria, accused of murdering a minor “with acts of torture and barbarism”.
According to a source told the AFP agency, it was the girl’s father who, not seeing her leave school, warned his wife, who reported her disappearance to the police and requested help through her Facebook account. “Last seen at 3:20 p.m. in the company of a girl we don’t know,” the message read.