Three days after the killing Chloe Early Wednesday Calais , a second white march was held Saturday, April 18 at the initiative of the dance association frequented the little girl.
Parents’ Chloe school and shopkeepers marched from the city theater. The mayor of Calais, Natacha Bouchart was present, and Camille Cerf, Miss France 2015, a native of the city.
Nathalie Millien, the president of the dance friendly Balzac read a statement paying tribute to the solidarity of Calais and the memory of the girl. “You’re gone but you occupy our thoughts. Your absence so painful is present. We bless the day we’ll find you,” she declaimed, too bruised by grief.
The first white march organized by the town halls had gathered Thursday near 5,000 people.
The Pole Zbigniew Huminski, 38, accused of the murder, was indicted Friday, April 17 for kidnapping, rape and kidnapping followed by death of a minor 15 years.
The celebration of the funeral will take place next Wednesday at 10:30 am at St. Peter’s Church Calais.