Everyone, in Ireland, Holds a View, on this Horrific Murder; for Some, its a Money Maker, for the French Family, its about, Getting the Truth? Time will Tell, Let the Sherlocks and the Columbos, Fuck off, and let the Cops, do their Investigation?

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MURDER HUNT 

Sophie’s killer will be nailed if gardai look at new suspects apart from Ian Bailey in cold case review, Sheridan says

1st July 2022

FILM director Jim Sheridan is convinced Gardai will hunt down Sophie Toscan du Plantier’s killer if they look at other suspects apart from Ian Bailey.

He believes by using new DNA laser infrared techniques they may get a genetic match for the evil brute from the two rocks used to kill the French beauty at the scene.

Sophie Toscan du Plantier was murdered in Schull, West Cork, in 1996
Sophie Toscan du Plantier was murdered in Schull, West Cork, in 1996Credit: Rex Features
Ian Bailey is the self-confessed chief suspect but has always denied any involvement in Sophie's death
Ian Bailey is the self-confessed chief suspect but has always denied any involvement in Sophie’s deathCredit: AFP or licensors
Film director Jim Sheridan examined the murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier in the Sky documentary series Murder At The Cottage
Film director Jim Sheridan examined the murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier in the Sky documentary series Murder At The CottageCredit: �Sky UK 2021 / Barbara McCarthy

Tragic French film producer Sophie, 39, was battered to death at her holiday cottage in Schull, West Cork in December 1996.

Self-confessed chief suspect Ian Bailey, 65, was arrested twice in connection with the shocking killing but has never been charged.

After investigating the shocking unsolved killing for over five years and making the smash hit Sky documentary series Murder At The Cottage Sheridan believes the Gardai can solve the case if they take an “open mind” approach.

Gardai announced this week that the Cold Case unit will undertake a full review into the murder.

Ian Bailey welcomes major new Garda review of Sophie Toscan du Plantier murder

Sophie Toscan du Plantier investigators hope DNA breakthrough could nail killer

The development has been welcomed by the victim’s son who described it as “very good news for justice”.

Pierre-Louis Baudey-Vignaud said his family has “big expectations” from it after waiting over 26 years.

He explained: “My family are all deeply involved in the fight for justice of my mother.

“I think this new investigation is, in a way, the gardaí recognising there have been some mistakes during the original investigation, and so they need to do a new one.”

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