The execution scene was filmed entirely.
The images will certainly allow jurors to better understand the facts.
For four days, from Tuesday to Friday, in front of the Assize Court of Val-de-Marne in Créteil, a 29-year-old man appears for the murder of another man, on April 14, 2019, in front of the Le Palacio nightclub, in Ivry-sur-Seine.
Abdul, a 23-year-old who was shot in the head, never got up.
Initially, a sadly banal altercation between two men inside the nightclub while the party is in full swing.
There, a fight breaks out between the victim and a third person.
The bouncers intervene, separate the two men and their friends and put them outside, a little further to prevent the clashes from continuing on the forecourt of the nightclub.
The victim, hit in the head
Unfortunately, the two protagonists still find themselves close to the entrance.
Abdul then takes out a knife and stabs his rival in the thigh.
It is almost 5:30 am.
One of the wounded's friends, who had come as reinforcements, then took out a weapon and advanced towards Abdul.
Five, six meters from the young man, he fired.
"A perfect shot," says someone close to the case.
Hit in the head, the victim collapsed on the ground, dead.
The gunman and his buddy run to a car, parked nearby, which turns out to be hired, and set off with a bang.
Very quickly, the investigators of the departmental service of the judicial police of Val-de-Marne questioned the numerous witnesses and went back to a suspect, an inhabitant of Villejuif.
Following this tragedy, the Palacio had been administratively closed for several weeks.
"The event that occurred this Sunday is extremely serious, especially since it is added to a series of recurring problems, including noise pollution and parking, which, combined, harm local residents every week", estimated in our columns, the mayor (PCF) of Ivry Philippe Bouyssou.
The management of the Palacio had tried to highlight the efforts made to “attract a more Parisian and more feminine clientele”.
Above all, she had insisted on the work of "nine agents, who carry out searches with metal detectors", to avoid as much as possible clashes and violence within the nightclub.