Trial of the attacks of November 13, 2015: After the verdict, the reactions
The Verdict concerning the trial of the attacks of November 13, 2015 was delivered on Wednesday June 29. Salah Abdeslam, the only survivor of the commando who committed acts of terrorism at the Stade de France, in the streets of Paris and especially inside the Bataclan and causing more than 130 deaths, was sentenced to irreducible life imprisonment. Which means that his sentence cannot be adjusted. Five other defendants received the same sentence. A sixth life sentence, with 22 years of safety, was pronounced against Mohamed Abrini, considered to be the logistician of the operation. For the other 13 people tried, prison sentences of two to 30 years in prison were ordered. All but one have a lock-in period.
After the convictions, the civil parties did not mask their relief as they left the courtroom. Several of them reacted in front of the cameras.
The assize trial for the attacks of November 13, 2015 lasted almost a year. It was marked by the delays linked to the Covid, but also the lack of cooperation from some of the defendants, at least at the beginning. The only member of the commando still alive, Salah Abdeslam found himself, on several occasions, at the center of the debates.
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