Nineteen of the 20 accused, including Salah Abdeslam, found guilty on all counts. Specifically, Salah Abdeslam, the only survivor of the terrorist commando who carried out the attacks in Paris in 2015, in which 130 people died, was found guilty as a “co-author” of murder and terrorism. This was the sentence in the trial in Paris for the attacks of November 13, 2015, which ended on Monday, when the Special Assize Court of the French capital had withdrawn to the private chamber.
“The public thinks that I was shooting at the people sitting at the tables outside the bars, that I was at the Bataclan. You know the truth is the opposite. I’ve made mistakes, that’s right, but I’m not a killer. If you convict me of murder, you are committing an injustice “, said Salah Abdeslam, main defendant in the trial, the only survivor of the commando who killed 130 people between Paris and Saint-Denis, most of them inside the Bataclan theater. anti-terrorism had asked for a life sentence for Abdeslam without the possibility of penalty discounts. It is equivalent to a “slow death penalty”, said the lawyer of Salah Abdeslam, Olivia Ronen