As little Gregory’s case once again finds itself in the spotlight, the first investigator of this case, Colonel Sesmat, gave an interview in “The Soundtrack”. ???. This one reframed Nagui, on a joke made at the beginning of the program.
Monday, September 20, 2021, Colonel Sesmat, the man who was the first investigator in the case of the murder of little Gregory, was invited to the program â ?? ?? The soundtrackâ ????. Â
While he had to come back to this case, he first reframed Nagui, on a joke about the little boy. Zoom in on the details of this story.
The GrÃ © gory affair remains to this day one of the greatest French legal puzzles. She has seen many twists and turns since the death of the 4-year-old boy. The fiction # UneAffaireFrançaise is inspired by this great criminal affair which upset our country pic.twitter.com/WHTjisLGnZ
Monday, September 20, 2021, Nagui and LeÃ¯la Kaddour-Boudadi were at the helm of “The Original Band”, on France Inter. The latter returned to the TF1 fiction â € œA French Affairâ €, which is based on the murder of little Gregory.
That day, to start the subject of the disappearance of the little one, Nagui launched a musical quiz, to heat up the crowds. This is how he asked what he could do as Blind tests, on the Gregory case. To answer him, Daniel Morin answered with a “good valve”.
The joke which made the host laugh, however, was not appreciated by his co-teammate, but also by Etienne Sesmat, the first investigator on the subject. ???case. While he was received by the team a little before noon, he returned to this joke of the start, which he did not like.
According to the latter, the program is certainly not intended to sadden the world, but it also underlines the fact that it is. “we can’t laugh at everything”. This reproach was heard by Nagui, who responded, in all humility.
â € It is understood, I fully understand that you have this point of view and I respect it.
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