In the next episode of “Un Si Grand Soleil” … While Elizabeth organizes Julien’s escape, Lucille continues her investigation.
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Friday July 23, 2021 in Un Si Grand Soleil …
ELIZABETH PLANS JULIEN’S LEAK
In the morning, Laetitia comes to pick up Camille from her father and takes advantage that her daughter is on the phone with a friend to get news from Manu. The latter then confides that he understood that his story with Elsa was doomed to failure and that this is what will help him turn the page. Relieved to hear him, Laetitia assures us that she is there for him if he feels the need to speak.
For his part, Christophe contacts Alice to inform her that the police are on a new track which could perhaps exonerate Julien. As nothing is lost yet, the vet encourages her to keep hope. Meanwhile, the Embassy of the Republic of Congo has confirmed to Becker that Wilson is well wanted by their country. While waiting to obtain his file, Becker orders Manu to check whether Baudry’s standard of living has increased since Wilson has been in France.
Not far from there, Guilhem announces to Elizabeth that he has set up an offshore company in the Cayman Islands. While he specifies that they will be able to buy a boat from Monday, Johanna bursts into her uncle’s office. Always cold, the lawyer is execrable with his niece before throwing her out.
Akim takes Wilson in spinning. Only, the latter notices it and contacts Baudry to warn him. If Wilson wishes to leave the country as quickly as possible with the diamond money, Baudry does not see it that way but nevertheless promises to find a solution quickly. Shortly after, Baudry receives a visit from Johanna who did not appreciate her uncle’s behavior and wonders if he would not be hiding something from him.
LUCILLE CONTINUES HIS INVESTIGATION
In front of the Midi Libre, Lucille is challenged by Éric Latour, the brother of Sébastien, the man who died in the car accident in Palavas. Unhappy that the journalist suggested that his brother had committed suicide, Eric says he had no reason to commit such an act and the sum to leave his family alone. At the same time, Maryline receives a visit from Maurice, the father of Lila Marquant. Depressed, he says his son stayed in France to take care of him. When the housemate evokes the death of the two witnesses, Maurice retorts that they only got what they deserved.
For her part, Lucille contacts the gendarme in charge of the investigation into Sébastien Latour’s car accident. The latter informed him when the experts concluded that the vehicle’s departure from the road was linked to a mechanical failure. Indeed, the steering rack broke, an extremely rare thing according to the automotive expert who had never seen that in thirty years of business.
Back at the office, Lucille draws the wrath of her editor-in-chief who demands that she write an erratum concerning the article on Sébastien Latour, specifying that her death was accidental. Despite everything, she wonders if we would not have sabotaged the car of the deceased and if someone would not be attacking the witnesses of the Marquant case.
Subsequently, Lucille goes to the roommate where Maryline reports her discussion with Maurice. For his part, Dylan warns Anissa and Antonin that they will be able to move into their new apartment by the end of August and then advises them to bring lucky charms because of the curse hanging over the witnesses. of the Marquant case. At the end of the day, Lucille pushes her companion to demand from her superiors the opening of an official investigation into the death of Latour in order to determine if there is a link with the murder of Rodolphe Lantini. Unfortunately, Akim refuses.