On March 3, 2006, Philippe Guilmot had murdered his daughter Clara, aged 4 in Belgium.
This organist from the parish of Saint-Nicolas church in Le Roeulx had thrown the child from the rood screen of the church where he played the organ.
The girl had fallen from 5 meters. Then her father approached her and suffocated her to death.
Philippe had called for help and explained that his daughter had been the victim of an accident. She leaned over and stepped over the railing.
Until the funeral of the little one, the thesis of the accident was privileged but how a girl of this age could step over the railing of the rood screen? An autopsy was then requested and the coffin had to be reopened.
The father had then confessed the terrible truth. Philippe Guilmot had been recognized irresponsible for his actions by expert psychiatrists in 2008 and there was no trial.
After more than 12 years in a mental asylum, the doctors considered that he was now fit to reintegrate into society.
This man, now 59 years old, has just enjoyed complete freedom, without constraint, or measure of estrangement from his ex-wife, Tiziana.
This aroused the indignation of the latter: “We no longer even impose a removal measure against me”