June 24, 1991 Ghislaine Marshal is found dead in his villa. It is written in letters of blood, accusingly: “Omar killed me”. In a few days, Omar Raddad, her gardener, is taken to prison in Grasse. Speak little, poorly understood French, he has a reputation of calm and serious. Since then, he’s no doubt the culprit. He get out of prison seven years, pardoned, but still guilty in the eyes of justice. In 1994, outraged by the verdict, Pierre-Emmanuel Vaugrenard, writer convinced of Omar’s innocence Raddad is set at Nice to conduct its own investigation and write a book about the case.