be careful where you clique
The “Incident of infant abandonment at Seorae Village” has become the story of the summer in La Republique. Veronique Courjault is standing trial in Tours, France, for some alleged infanticiding she did in 1999. This is BEFORE her infamous Babes-in-the-Freezer production went down in Seoul, South Korea. That’s where all this began to unfold. In July of 2006, when Madame Courjault went home to France, she left her working husband, Jean-Louis, and their two sons, behind in the family flat- the family flat that was equipped with all sorts of amenities, including a large basement freezer…
Jean Louis, now home alone, began to forage for food and decided to peruse the downstairs cold storage. To his horror, Mr. Courjault found not one but two babes in the freezer. He called the police, He called his wife, what then? who knows maybe he called for pizza and put on some Beatles.
(NOTE: In 1966 the Beatles released their 10th album- THE BEATLES YESTERDAY AND TODAY. The cover, a take on the Vietnam war, was quickly banned. A few rare copies got out but most were covered over- see how happy they were about reshooting. Alan Livingston, the president of Capitol Records put away 24 brand new albums into his private stash. They reappeared in 1987 in Los Angeles- today each is worth around $40,000 dollars)
Veronique, who was holidaying in France at the time, decided not to return to South Korea for charges and kim-chee. That’s understandable as prison in South Korea is no funhouse, but you still have to take your shoes off when you go in.
Mr. Courjault didn’t purposely incriminate his wife. He believed her when she said they must belonged to someone else. But somewhere along the line, possibly after the DNA tests, Veronique caved. Being a robust, mildly plump damsel, she was able to hide her pregnancies- one in 2002 and another in 2003. When the time came for birthing- she went to the bathroom and quietly had them in the tub. Then she cut off their air supply. And that’s where things get bad for Veronique, because that’s murder… specifically infanticide.
Upon being implicated, Mrs. Courjault then confessed that she had carried out similar work in France in 1999, prior to the Korean escapades, when she dropped a newborn into the family fireplace. This confession ensures that Veronique will remain in France for a long while. Her Lawyers are now trying to prove that she suffers from Pregnancy Denial Syndrome, which seems to be a real life epidemic in some places. Apparently there are thousands of women who only get wind of their pregnancy after going into labor, and a small percentage of them still deny being pregnant. Many claim they have no connection with the fetus and in some cases show no signs of a bun in the over.Some medical professionals are pushing for mandatory psychiatric evaluation for such women.
Just last year, a 44 year old woman in Germany was arrested for keeping 3 babies in her freezer…. FROM THE 80’s!!! Her kids inadvertantly outed her when they went looking for a pizza. A modern twist on infanticide- What’s the deal with keeping them on ice?