女人不想邀请她的“邋遢”

女人不想邀请她的“邋遢”, 警察说

  • The four victims, identified as a 40-year-old man, his 41-year-old wife, her twin sister and the couple’s eight-year-old daughter, died at the scene in Montreux
  • The couple’s 15-year-old son was seriously injured and is in a coma
  • Family were very interested in conspiracy theories since the start of pandemic
  • A French family obsessed with conspiracy theories since the Covid pandemic jumped one after the other to their death from their seventh-floor apartment in the Swiss town of Montreux, police investigating the mystery said Tuesday.

    Eric David, 40, his 41-year-old wife Nasrine Feraoun, her twin sister Narjisse, and the couple’s eight-year-old daughter were found dead at the bottom of a seven storey building on Thursday.

    The couple’s 15-year-old son survived the fall and was seriously injured. He is currently in a coma in a stable condition in hospital.

    The Vaud regional police said on Tuesday they are working on a theory of ‘collective suicideand their findings suggest ‘all the victims jumped from the balcony one after the other.

    While an investigation into the tragedy is ongoing, police have concluded no one else was involved.

    The five family members all jumped more than 65 foot from the apartment, where they all lived ‘withdrawn from society’, just moments after police officers tried to execute an arrest warrant in connection with the home-schooling of a child, 警察说.

    The four victims, identified as a 40-year-old man, his 41-year-old wife, her twin sister and the couple's eight-year-old daughter, 当场死亡, 警察说. The couple's 15-year-old son was seriously injured and has been hospitalised

    The four victims, identified as a 40-year-old man, his 41-year-old wife, her twin sister and the couple’s eight-year-old daughter, 当场死亡, 警察说. The couple’s 15-year-old son was seriously injured and has been hospitalised

    The four victims were found dead at the foot of a seven-story building in Montreux

    The four victims were found dead at the foot of a seven-story building in Montreux

    A forensic officer from the Vaud cantonal police investigates at the scene of the tragedy where four people died and one was seriously injured after falling from their flat in Montreux, 瑞士

    A forensic officer from the Vaud cantonal police investigates at the scene of the tragedy where four people died and one was seriously injured after falling from their flat in Montreux, 瑞士

    Police said the incident occurred after two officers arrived at the apartment at 6.15am to execute a warrant for the father in connection with the home-schooling of one of the couple’s children on Thursday.

    The officers knocked on the door and heard a voice ask who they were. But when they answered, the apartment went quiet. After failing to make contact, the officers left.

    Shortly before 7am, all five family members jumped from the balcony within the space of five minutes.

    Police detected no trace of a struggle, seemingly confirming that they jumped of their own accord. A step-ladder was found on the balcony.

    ‘Before or during the events, no witnesses, including the two police officers present on the spot from 6:15 am and the passers-by at the foot of the building, heard the slightest noise or cry coming from the apartment or the balcony,’ 警察说.

    ‘Technical investigations show no warning signs of such an act,’ 他们添加了, noting however that ‘since the start of the pandemic, the family was very interested in conspiracy and survivalist theories’.

    Police officers take samples on a balcony after five people appeared to have jumped from their apartment, in Montreux, 瑞士, 星期四

    Police officers take samples on a balcony after five people appeared to have jumped from their apartment, in Montreux, 瑞士, 星期四

    Flowers and candles are seen next to the building where the five members of a French family jumped one after another from the seventh floor

    Flowers and candles are seen next to the building where the five members of a French family jumped one after another from the seventh floor

    The family lived in virtual self-sufficiency having amassed a well-organised stockpile of various food, taking up much of their living space but enabling them to see out a major crisis.

    Only the mother’s twin sister worked outside the home, while neither the mother nor the eight-year-old girl, who did not attend school, were registered with the local authorities.

    ‘All these elements suggestfear of the authorities interfering in their lives,’ 警察声明说.

    Neighbours said the family was quiet and kept to themselves.

    ‘We heard nothing from their home, the father never said hello in the hallway and ordered many packages almost daily,’ neighbour Claude Rouiller told Swiss newspaper Le Temps.

    France’s Journal du Dimanche newspaper said the father, Eric David, grew up in a wealthy part of Marseille and attended the Ecole Polytechnique, one of the most prestigious schools in the country.

    The twin sisters, Nasrine and Narjisse Feraoun, grew up in a family of five children who were all educated at the elite Lycee Henri-IV in Paris, the weekly said. The mother was a dentist and her sister an ophthalmologist.

    The newspaper also said the twins were granddaughters of Algerian novelist Mouloud Feraoun.

    A close friend of the French philosopher Albert Camus, Feraoun was assassinated in Algiers in 1962 by a far-right French pro-colonial group.

    Montreux, a bucolic lakeside city, is best known as a tourist hot spot and in particular for its annual jazz festival.