Trial of the Paris attacks: life imprisonment and incompressible sentence required against Salah Abdeslam

Trial of the Paris attacks: life imprisonment and incompressible sentence required against Salah Abdeslam

The requisitions of the national anti-terrorist prosecutor’s office have been pronounced, the strongest sentence has been requested against Salah Abdeslam, namely life imprisonment with an incompressible period of security and this in view of the immense gravity of the facts. Against Mohamed Abrini an identical sentence is required but with a security period of 22 years and this taking into account his return from Paris before the attacks, a withdrawal, as well as his less important role than that of Salah Abdeslam.

Against another series of defendants, life sentences were requested, this is the case for Osama Krayem, the man from the Maelbeek metro in the Belgian case, Sofien Ayari, a Daesh fighter sent to participate in the attacks November 13 and Mohamed Bakkali, the logistician for the preparations for the attacks in Belgium. For the other defendants, the sentences required range from five to thirty years depending on their involvement in the facts.

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