False disappearance of Lisa in Mayenne: her high school sets up a protocol


False disappearance of Lisa in Mayenne: her high school sets up a protocol After confessing her lie about her fake disappearance, Lisa’s high school announces that a protocol will be put in place to protect her.

This is an affair that has held the whole of France in suspense. Monday, November 8, a teenager of 17 named Lisa disappears in Mayenne while jogging. Her father then calls the police when he does not see her return. In total, more than 50 gendarmes are mobilized to try to find her. Twenty-four hours after her disappearance, Lisa appears in a kebab in Sablé-sur-Sarthe, in a state of shock, and explains having escaped “two men” driving “a green van” . But on Friday November, Lisa changes her version of the facts and confesses her lie. “The young girl said she had lied. She had not been kidnapped and had gone to Sablé-sur-Sarthe on foot. (…) According to her, the injuries are of origin. accidental. She would have cut her T-shirt with a pair of scissors. She added that she was sorry to have caused a major mobilization “.

Since her confession, investigators have been trying to understand why the girl lied. This Sunday 12 November, the newspaper Liberation learned that instructions were given in his school. According to daily information, teachers and students should not talk about the subject in high school. A close friend of Lisa informs that “this is the only way to protect her” . And the girl’s friends are worried about the consequences of her lie. “Everyone here knows each other. She will never be able to resume her life as before, it will continue her ”.

A lie in a previous case? Lisa will soon undergo a psychiatric examination. According to information from the Parisian , during her hearing, the young woman spoke of a trauma dating back to a burglary of which she would have been the victim in 2019. A previous case on which investigators are looking to find out if she also lied at the time of the facts. The young girl faces up to six months in prison and a fine of 7. 500 euros for having denounced “falsely to the judicial or administrative authority of the facts constituting a crime or an offense which exposed the judicial authorities to unnecessary research “.


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