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Trial of the November 13 attacks: Abdeslam, nor any of the other condemned have appealed


Salah Abdeslam, the only survivor of the commandos of which he is considered a co-perpetrator, received the maximum sentence.

There will be no other trial on November 13, 2015. After his June 29 sentence of irreducible life imprisonment, the maximum sentence, Salah Abdeslam, the only survivor of the bloody commandos of November 13, 2015, did not appeal.

Neither did the other convicts, the attorney general, Rémy Heitz, announced on Tuesday morning.

The decision of the special assize court of Paris “has therefore acquired a final character today and there will therefore be no appeal trial”.

Two weeks ago, after almost 10 months of trial, the strongest sentences were imposed on those whom the national anti-terrorist prosecution had described as "two survivors of the death convoy", Salah Abdeslam and Mohamed Abrini.

Only one of the 20 defendants, Farid Kharkhach, was found not guilty of the charges against him.

"The (explosive) vest was not functional"

The tenth man of the commandos of November 13, 2015 was sentenced to incompressible life imprisonment – ​​or to life imprisonment, this “slow death penalty” against which his lawyers had pleaded.

"His guilt as a co-perpetrator" of all the attacks perpetrated that evening was therefore upheld, as announced by the President of the Special Assize Court when the verdict was read.

The latter considering "that the different targets should be analyzed as a single crime scene".

"The (explosive)


was not functional", estimated the judges, which means that they "seriously question" his statements on a renunciation in a bar in the 18th arrondissement of Paris, as he advanced during the trial.

Source: leparis

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