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The grandfather ‘who drugged his wife so that 83 strangers he met online could rape her’ will face justice at a converted exhibition center due to the large number of alleged rapists who will be questioned

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Dominique P. is accused of orchestrating the sick rape ring, filming strangers he met online attacking his wife while she was high on drugs between 2011 and 2020.

A grandfather who allegedly drugged his wife so that 83 strangers he met online could rape her over a ten-year period will stand trial at a converted exhibition center due to the large number of men accused of raping her.

Septuagenarian Dominique P. and 50 other men face a maximum of 20 years behind bars if found guilty at their trial at the Parc des Expositions in Avignon, southern France, next September.

Dominique P. is accused of orchestrating the sick rape ring, using an online forum called “Unbeknownst to Her” to invite men, aged between 25 and 72, to her home in Mazan, near Avignon, and film them attacking his wife while she was drugged between 2011 and 2020.

Dominique is said to have sedated his wife by giving her Temesta tablets, a powerful anti-anxiety medication, at dinner.

He then invited strangers from the online forum to the couple’s bedroom, so his wife could be raped while she was unconscious.

Prosecutors’ documents allege that husband Dominique P. urged his wife’s rapists not to use condoms.

Dominique P. is accused of orchestrating the sick rape ring, filming strangers he met online attacking his wife while she was high on drugs between 2011 and 2020.

Dominique P. is accused of orchestrating the sick rape ring, filming strangers he met online attacking his wife while she was high on drugs between 2011 and 2020.

He had a tried and tested system to make sure his wife didn't wake up during any of the rapes.

He had a tried and tested system to make sure his wife didn't wake up during any of the rapes.

He had a tried and tested system to make sure his wife didn’t wake up during any of the rapes.

According to his daughter, Caroline Darian, who has since published a book about the crimes, he had a proven system to ensure his wife did not wake up during any of the rapes.

The alleged ringleader told the men to park their cars away from the house and undress in the kitchen.

They were told not to wear cologne or smoke, and had to warm their hands on a radiator so as not to wake their wife.

A doctor later revealed that the woman in her sixties had contracted four venereal diseases and was suffering from gynecological problems.

Investigators did not learn of the horror until 2020, when Dominique was arrested at a supermarket in Carpentras for filming other customers’ skirts.

When police searched his camera phone and the equipment he kept in his home, they found all the images of abuse.

The alleged rapists involved in the case include civil servants, ambulance workers, soldiers, prison guards, nurses, a journalist, a municipal councilor and truck drivers.

A firefighter accused of raping Fran├žoise was wearing his uniform during the attack, as video shows.

The trial will take place at the Parc des Expositions in Avignon, southern France, due to the large number of people prosecuted.

The trial will take place at the Parc des Expositions in Avignon, southern France, due to the large number of people prosecuted.

The trial will take place at the Parc des Expositions in Avignon, southern France, due to the large number of people prosecuted.

The firefighter’s computer contained 728 images of children being sexually abused, prosecutors say.

Some of his accomplices claimed they had no idea his wife was non-consensual, while one denied it was rape, saying: “She’s his wife, he does what he wants with her.”

Dominique has also been accused of raping and murdering Sophie Narme, a 23-year-old real estate agent who was found dead in Paris in 1991.

A second estate agent, referred to only as E., said she had been attacked in Paris eight years later, and investigation sources say an electronic photo of the suspect in both cases “bears a strong resemblance” to Dominique.

The suspect admits to attacking E., but denies having anything to do with Mrs. Narme’s murder. He has yet to plead guilty to the rape charges.

The evidence is said to show how the couple’s eldest daughter was also filmed unconscious in her underwear and alleged abuse of other family members.

The grandchildren allege that the suspect regularly “played doctor” with them and bought them undressing toys, and Dominique is said to have filmed his daughters-in-law in the bathroom using a hidden camera and shared the footage online.

In his wife’s case, he was finally caught in 2020 after he was caught using a pen with a hidden camera to spy on women in changing rooms in Carpentras, prompting police to search his home.

In his videos, Dominique called his wife a “whore” hundreds of times, but insisted he meant it affectionately.

He also told the investigating judges that he loves his “holy” wife.

His lawyer added that Fran├žoise was “his first love, even the only love of his life.”

The father of three, aged around 70, is currently in prison in Avignon accused of “aggravated rape” and administering drugs used to sedate his wife.

When his wife found out about the secret tapes, she broke down and became suicidal, saying, “I was her thing,” before filing for divorce.

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