Belgique : le corps retrouvé est celui du militaire recherché, Jürgen Conings

21 Juin, 2021, 22:16 | Auteur: Christine Menetries
  • Le corps de Jürgen Conings retrouvé le militaire était lourdement arm

La police a statué qu'il s'agissait du corps de Jürgen Conings, ex-militaire qui était en fuite depuis mi-mai. D'après les premières constatations, la cause de la mort est imputable à un suicide par arme à feu qui devra être confirmée par une expertise médico-légale.

Le corps a été découvert par des promeneurs dans les bois de la commune de Dilsen-Stockem, avait annoncé dimanche après-midi le parquet fédéral belge.

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C'est en tant qu'"instructeur " dans une base militaire du nord de la Belgique que Jurgen Conings avait accès à des armes malgré son profil. Cette affaire a secoué la défense en raison de failles dans la surveillance des éléments radicalisés au sein de l'armée belge.

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