Bompard, Gabrielle (1869–?)

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Bompard, Gabrielle (1869–?)

French murderer. Born 1869 in France.

With lover Michel Eyraud, murdered a court bailiff named Toussaint-Augustin Gouffé (1889); traveled through Marseilles, London, NY, Canada and San Francisco, was arrested on her return to Paris; tried for murder with Eyraud and found guilty; sentenced to 20 years' hard labor (Feb 1891), while Eyraud was guillotined.