In De­cem­ber 2007, Corinne Cas­par and Thierry Beille were both con­victed of mur­der.

‘We are in­no­cent!’ screamed Cas­par as she was pulled away by two guards.

But Judge Alda Casimiro didn’t agree.

‘There is no doubt that the ac­cused com­mit­ted, to­gether, a crime of pre­med­i­tated homi­cide,’ he said.

Casimiro said the pair had acted in cold blood and there was no ev­i­dence of an at­tempted rape.

They were each sen­tenced to 24 years in prison.

Cas­par and Beille protest their in­no­cence

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