The Mystery Continues; Now Jim Sheridan is on the Hunt for the Man wearing the “Beret”. This Case is as big as Lord Lucan case in notoreity, and it is understandable that Ian Kenneth Bailey wants to Clear his Name???

Posted by

Gardai have requested Interpol’s help to track Sophie suspect in France

 10th January 2022


Interpol’s help has been requested by Gardai to help track down a suspect in the Sophie Toscan du Plantier murder case. 

The suspect lives in France, is a foreign national and was known by Sophie’s late husband Daniel.

Sophie was murdered on December 23 1996 outside of her holiday home near Toormore, Co Cork. The mother of one was 39-years-old.Death of Sophie Toscan du Plantier smiling for the camera: Gardai have contacted Interpol to help find a murder suspect in the Sophie Toscan du Plantier case. Pic: REX/Shutterstock© Provided by Extra.ie Gardai have contacted Interpol to help find a murder suspect in the Sophie Toscan du Plantier case. Pic: REX/Shutterstock

Gardai have the name of the suspect, but no address or age. Shopkeeper Marie Farrell spotted the suspect in Cork the day before Sophie was murdered 25 years ago. 

Jim Sheridan, director of Sky’s documentary on the incident Murder At The Cottage, expressed his frustrations that the suspect, who he reported to Gardai, is yet to tracked down as he believes he could ‘find him’.

‘I asked the Gardai if they had made any progress and they said they had passed the information onto Interpol and they were looking for him.The suspect lives in France, is a foreign national and was known by Sophie Toscan du Plantier’s late husband Daniel. . Pic: REX/Shutterstock© Provided by Extra.ie The suspect lives in France, is a foreign national and was known by Sophie Toscan du Plantier’s late husband Daniel. . Pic: REX/Shutterstock

‘I believe this is crucial evidence that needs to be checked out but it is taking forever. Everything just seems to be so slow. We gave the Gardai his name so they need to track him down.

‘My understanding is this man is in France. If they gave me a budget I would find him,’ he said.

Mr Sheridan doesn’t believe that Ian Bailey, who confessed to the murder but was never charged after being arrested twice, killed Sophie and finds the case to be ‘very frustrating’.a person posing for the camera: Sophie was murdered on December 23 1996 outside of her holiday home near Toormore, Co Cork. The mother of one was 39. . Pic: REX/Shutterstock© Provided by Extra.ie Sophie was murdered on December 23 1996 outside of her holiday home near Toormore, Co Cork. The mother of one was 39. . Pic: REX/Shutterstock

He explained: ‘I can not for the life of me understand why Sophie’s family refuse to consider any other suspects other than Bailey.

‘It is a bit like the Ghislaine Maxwell case where certain powerful people are afraid of a can of worms being opened.

‘I find it all very frustrating especially when you see the French President Macron getting involved and trying to interfere in Irish justice. He has absolutely no right to be telling us what to do. It is a farce that this man has not been located yet.’

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s