Mystery is slowly rising around the profiles of five members of the same family who left their home in Montreux, Switzerland on Thursday, March 24th. His father, a former polytechnic, cut ties with his relatives for many years. They kind of cut themselves off from society, followers of survival theories.
One man, two women, two children. This is a paper summary of profiles of family members who in turn fell from the 7th floor of the house they lived in in Montreux, Switzerland. On closer examination, this family drama, which claimed the lives of four of the five participants – the 15-year-old survived and is said to be in a “stable” condition – but appears in a completely different light.
According to the first elements of the investigation, in fact, the thesis of collective suicide is privileged. The absence of signs of a struggle, combined with the presence of a small ladder on the balcony of the apartment in which the family lived, as well as the chronology of events, suggest that five of the tenants fell voluntarily, in turn, from the construction. Trigger for drama: the passage at dawn of two gendarmes in front of the apartment this Thursday, March 24, on the issue of homeschooling a teenager, to fulfill a warrant to bring him. Tragedy struck a few minutes later.
“Enough to fill two trucks”
According to testimonies collected by various media, the family lived in seclusion, as if cut off from the world, convinced that the end of the world could be close, as evidenced by the very large number of boxes of food found indoors. “Enough to fill two trucks,” according to a witness. To the extent that a banal police entry into a family’s home can bring its members to tragedy…
However, nothing in the course of “adult” families foreshadowed such a fate. The father, whose name is Eric David, aged 40, was a particularly brilliant student during his studies, until graduating from the prestigious Polytechnic School. According to his professional profile on Linkedin, after graduation, he would have worked in several French ministries as an information technology specialist.
He was married for almost 15 years to 41-year-old Nasrin Feraun, a dentist by profession. She is none other than the granddaughter of the Algerian writer Moulud Feraun, who at one time was close to Albert Camus.
“They brutally cut ties”
But immediately after the wedding, which roughly corresponds to the birth of their son Allan, the only survivor of the tragedy, they “brutally severed ties” with all their relatives, “without any explanation,” one of the spouses testified. brother-in-law JDD. Although Nasrin Feraun’s career mentions that she became a dentist in 2008 at Vernon in Ayr, she was due to move to Switzerland in 2014 with her family. A date that roughly corresponds to her second pregnancy…
It is difficult to say with certainty because the couple’s second child, an 8-year-old girl, also died, was not registered with the authorities and did not go to school. A reclusive existence that also raises questions. Just like the presence of a third adult in this spooky newscast: Narjiss Feraun. She is the twin sister of Nasreen. According to the latest elements of the investigation, she was the only one who worked outside the family home. An ophthalmologist by profession, she has been working part-time for the last few months at the Clinique de l’œil de Sion in Valais.
The two sisters grew up in a relatively wealthy environment in Paris, in particular attending the prestigious Henri IV high school, while their father, Eric David, grew up in the south of Marseille, the most famous of the Marseille districts. city. How could the trajectory of this family change so tragically? The answer to that question will no doubt lie in the interrogation that the authorities may have on Allan, the 15-year-old sole survivor of the tragedy, if he recovers sufficiently from his injuries…