Judge Thierry Jean-Pierre
Thierry Jean-Pierre, was born July 27 1955 at Mende and died on 26 July 2005
, was a treasury inspector and a judge , then a politician and finally a
lawyer French native of La Reunion .
Judge Thierry graduated from
the National School of Magistracy in 1986 and began his career as a district
judge at Le Mans . Appointed magistrate in 1988 , it is the origin of the
in 1991 and discovered an interest free loan amounting to one
million francs to Pierre Bérégovoy , Prime Minister from April 1992 to March
1993 under the presidency of François Mitterrand. This loan was given by
in 1986 and Plantard alleged that he was Grand
Master of the Priory of Sion at the time having taken over from Philippe de
Cherisey. Thierry Jean-Pierre was finally taken off the case of the
1993 he, as a member of the judiciary, was asked to fight against corruption
in the judiciary.
Roger-Patrice Pelat was found dead and taken to an
American military hospital whilst the
progress and the body was cremated before an autopsy was made. Pelat had
been found guilty in the
Pechiney Triangle Affair
Thierry Jean-Pierre then retired from the court to
engage in the political side of Philippe de Villiers then Nicolas Sarkozy
and was elected MEP (Liberal). He was treasurer of the Liberal Democracy of
1997 to 2002 and during the 2002 presidential election , he was a member of
the campaign committee for nomination of Alain Madelin . He retired from
politics in 2004 but continued his activities as a lawyer of the Bar of
Paris , an activity he had held since 20. Clearly the impartiality of Judge
Thierry Jean-Pierre in the case against Plantard, Pelat and Mitterrand is
called into question here.
As an MEP he filed 2 May 2000 the Paris
prosecutors about the network
, and accusations contained in a report in October 1999 in Parliament .
Three weeks later, the public prosecutor of Paris commissioned the CSD to
investigate the spying widespread communications by the "Anglo-Saxons."
Thierry last case was the Taiwan frigates affair in
which he fought against the secrecy of military development. He is buried in
the cemetery of Père-Lachaise
There is strong opinion in some quarters that
Pierre Bérégovoy was executed. If main stream opinion is to be believed
we have not one but two suicides associated with this scandal.
Bérégovoy had been found with two bullets in the head in the area of Nièvre,
a favourite haunt of
François Mitterrand. Pierre Bérégovoy died on 1 May (Beltane)
1993, in Paris after being transported by helicopter from Nevers (Nièvre),
Bérégovoy's death came on the eve of the opening of a new trial concerning
the acquisition of
Triangle by Péchiney. His wife expressed some doubt about
whether his death actually was a suicide, mainly because he had not left a
suicide note, and that his note pad, which he always kept in his pocket, had