Roland Bondonny

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Roland Bondonny
Born May 1932
Died February 2005
Cause of death suicide
Victims 144 pets
1 human [1]
Span of killings
Country France
Date apprehended
February 14, 2001

Roland Bondonny (May 1932, Meymac – February 2005) was a wealthy vintner and conservative politician who lived in France, in Égletons in Corrèze and also in Fourmies in Nord. He poisoned 144 pets between 1997 and 2001. Bondonny had fed them meatballs contaminated with insecticide.[2] He hired Alain Bodchon to kill Marius Lac, a witness for the prosecution in the case against Bondonny. Marius Lac's body was found dead in his garage, his body hidden under a wheelbarrow. on August 25, 2004.[3] Shortly before he was to appear in court in February 2005, he committed suicide.[4]