This is the back-to-school mini-series on M6. Tuesday September 15, 2020, viewers will discover the first two episodes ofAn ordinary man, which includes four, whose story was freely inspired by the Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès affair. But the most wanted man in France is not the only one to be mentioned in this series. Indeed, there is also Chris the Truth who is portrayed by Emilie Duquenne’s character, Anna Rose. It’s about hacker who created the Facebook page Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès: Investigation and Debate, and who had conducted unofficial investigations in 2011. According to information relayed by the Huffington Post, it was he who “found the photo of XDDL in the south of France”. “This hacker, his name is Christophe (…) and it does what is called web sleuthing. The web sleuthing, in the United States, these are groups of hackers who take care of finding the culprits“, explained Pierre Aknine, creator and director of the mini-series on the antenna of Europe 1 Monday, September 14. In 2011, when the hacker opened his Facebook page, the number of connections was dazzling.

Chris the Truth was convicted in 2016

“They all got down to it, with awful things and interesting things. they found things“, among which messages posted under pseudo by Xavier’s wife, Agnès Dupont de Ligonnès, on online forums where she describes her distress. With other Internet users, Christophe, alias Chris la Vérité, had told Inrocks in 2012, how he had conducted the investigation for many months. He assured that “an investigator from the central office for the fight against crime related to information and communication technologies (OCLCTIC)”, had also participated to their research. “As our investigator contact did not have access to the entire file, he was delighted to have received certain documents and reports on Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès and his entourage, who came from the family. “However, Chris the Truth was sentenced, in 2016, to a suspended fine of 1,000 euros for” concealment of violation of the secrecy of the instruction “, for having published online the documents of the investigation transmitted by a police officer .

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