French court sentences man who murdered family for 'Nazi gold'

Hubert Caouissin, 50, who admitted murdering his brother- and sister-in-law and the couple’s two children in Brittany in 2017 over a dispute in which he believed they were hiding a stash of Nazi gold, has been given a 30-year jail sentence, while his wife, found guilty of helping to dispose of their bodies, was sentenced to three years in prison, one suspended.

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A French man who murdered four members of his family and dismembered their bodies because he thought they were hoarding gold hidden from the Nazis has been jailed for 30 years, reports The Guardian.