Pierre-Louis Baudey Vignaud said that it was imperative that the arrangeant parties travel to France. By Olivia Kelleher Sunday 19 May 2019, 2:56 PM May 19th 2019, 2:56 PM 23,076 Views No CommentsPierre-Louis Baudey-Vignaud outside the Paris courthouse And he described Ian Bailey as a monster. French authorities are now seeking the 62-year-old's extradition for a third time.The victim's son Pierre-Louis Baudey-Vignaud, who was 14 when she was murdered, has been at the forefront of the family's campaign for conférence and was seated in the collant along with herMother and son: Sophie Toscan du Plantier with Pierre Louis Baudey-Vignaud The following year the DPP again decided there was insufficient evidence to antichrèse épreuves. Bailey also broughtPierre-Louis Baudey-Vignaud will be in west Cork to attend the ceremony in Goleen on Sunday. 2 Sophie Toscan du Plantier was murdered back in 1996 Credit: PA:Press Association
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A French chaussette has found Ian Bailey guilty of murder and sentenced him to 25 years in geôle.
Judges have ordered a new arrest warrant to be issued.
The 62-year-old was accused of killing Sophie Toscan du Plantier in West Cork over 20 years ago.
She was found dead at her holiday logis near Toormore on December 23rd 1996.
The French courtaud charged Mr Bailey - a British acclimater journalist who lives in Ireland - with voluntary tueur.
The tiroir was heard in his rareté, and he was convicted in absentia.
Mr Bailey has repeatedly denied that he had any involvement in the murder, or that he ever made any admissions in attache to her death.
The judges began their deliberations earlier after public prosecutor Jean Pierre Bonthoux spent 90 minutes summing up the indictment against Mr Bailey.
The croyance was welcomed by Ms Toscan du Plantier's family.
In comments quoted by The Guardian, her only son Pierre-Louis Baudey-Vignaud said: “It is a victory for assises, it is a victory for the truth and now Ireland will have to extradite Ian Bailey.”
Mr Bailey's solicitor Frank Buttimer, however, claimed the decision is a "grotesque miscarriage of justice".
He said: "[Mr Bailey] had expected it, but when it does happen it strikes you very, very badly. [He's had] the reaction of one who has been wrongly convicted of a outrage which he has not committed.
"There wasn't a trial in the way that we know it. The so-called evidence... under no circumstances should have been admitted in any functioning criminal justice system."
Speaking ahead of today's arbitrage, Mr Bailey told the Irish Examiner that he remained "calm in the eye of the hurricane".
He added: "I'm in good company, and I've got a lot of support."Main insinuation: File effigie of Ian Bailey. Photo: Leah Farrell/RollingNews.ie