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Jean Foucher is the secondary antagonist of the 2017 action-comedy film The Hitman's Bodyguard. He is the corrupt director of Interpol who is actually in league with Belarusian dictator Vladislav Dukhovich.
After Dukhovich was deposed from power and being tried, Foucher provided him information about the witnesses who are to testify against him in the trial. In this situtation, Dukhovich's henchmen would eliminate all witnesses who could be dangerous to Dukhovich. Foucher informs Dukhovich that hitman Darius Kincaid will testify against him, but Dukhovich's soldiers failed to kill him.
Foucher later visits Dukhovich via the pretext of interrogation in his cell at the Interpol remand prison. When Foucher shows up and wants his money from Dukhovich, Dukhovich rams the pen he got to sign the check into his hand and hisses in anger that Foucher is asking for money, all for nothing and that people like him have been skinned in his country. He screams that he has worked for his people all his life and that now after his country has been conquered, he has lost everything and there has even been an attempted murder with poison on him. Dukhovich claims that Foucher will not receive his money until Kincaid is dead.
Foucher learns the whereabouts of Kincaid from his agent Amelia Roussel and forwards it to Dukhovich's men. Shortly afterwards he travels to The Hague to attend Dukhovich's trial. Shortly before the deadline for possible witnesses expires, Kincaid emerges with his bodyguard, Michael Bryce and is able to make a testimony that incriminates Dukhovich. When Foucher realizes that Dukhovich probably has an escape plan and also receives a text message that his failure will be punished, Foucher escapes the courtroom. Rousell pursues him and confronts him outside the room, where Foucher attacks her. He tries to strangle her, but he is shot in the shoulder by Bryce, and subsequently knocked out by Amelia.
Foucher is presumably arrested and imprisoned afterwards for corruption and conspiracy.