DNA at the heart of the appeal trial

Salim Dhibi was shot on September 28, 2015, rue du Béal, in the Bourgamon activity area, in Saint-Martin-d’Hères. But the crime scene that has interested the Rhône Assize Court since Wednesday is not the one where the Grenoblois, who arrived in front of the sports hall where he used to drive his Renault Scenic, was hit with five bullets 9mm parabellum caliber. The place that occupies the court and the jurors who judge Rémy Bakinn on appeal is two kilometers away. On the road that climbs to Fort du Mûrier, at the entrance to a small path at the end of which the Mégane RS stolen from the shooter and his accomplice burned a few minutes after the murder of the 29-year-old Isérois.

It’s there, on the two leaves of the gate…