World 2016 Attacks in Brussels: 10 suspects returned to the Assises, including Salah Abdeslam
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© Alain Rolland / ImageBuzz / Bestimage November 13: Salah Abdeslam, only surviving terrorist, he gave up being exploded? His surprising confessions to friends Wednesday, September 8, 2021 Opened the trial of the attacks of November 13, 2015. The most expected man is none other than Salah Abdeslam, the only survivor of the Paris Commando, who was not made Explode but fled.
N Soft Process for Jihadiste Salah Abdeslam. Ten suspects including this Franco-Moroccan, only a member still alive from the commandos of 13 November 2015 in , were referred on Friday to the Court of Assize of Brussels for the attacks of March 22, 2016.
That morning, Two jihadists had exploded at Brussels-Zaventem International Airport, and a third in the Belgian capital metro. Balance sheet: 32 dead and more than 340 wounded.
The investigation quickly revealed, in particular thanks to a computer found in a trash can, that these authors were linked to those of November 13, 2015.
In addition to Salah Abdeslam, the trial which is profiled in Brussels from September 2022 will concern five others. Jihadists currently judged with him atfor the attacks of 13-November (130 dead), also claimed by the Islamic State group.
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it is the Belgo-Moroccan Mohamed Abrini, - the "man in hat" filmed on March 22 at the Zaventem airport - Tunisian Sofien Ayari, accomplice of the flight of Abdeslam (arrested with him on the 18th March 2016 in Brussels), from the Swedish of Syrian originKrayem, who closed way on March 22 after accompanied by the metro kamikaze.
are also concerned, according to the Belgian federal prosecutor, two other Belgo-Moroccans: Oussama Atar, presumed brain of attacks (probably dead inand deemed by default in Paris) and Ali El Haddad Asufi, a close to the brothers El Bakraoui, two of the three "Kamikazes" of March 22nd.
Ten Ten charged on the file were "returned today to the Assize Court by the Chamber of Prosecution of Brussels", Tweeted Eric Van Duyse, spokesperson for the federal prosecutor.
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this jurisdiction, the last called to decide before the organization of the trial, So confirmed the decision rendered in January at first instance by the Chamber of the Council of Brussels.
it has not complied with the analysis of the federal prosecutor's office that had made a distinction in the case, pleading for eight men to be judged for "assassinations in a terrorist context" and the last two by the Criminal Court for the Correctional Court. "Participation in the activities of a terrorist group".A thousand civil parts
These are the Smail brothers and Ibrahim Farisi, suspected of having provided logistical support to the attackers, but who according to the accusation were not aware of their terrorist project.
Ultimately, the two brothers will be judged to the Assizes as wanted to Sebastien Courtoy, a lawyer of Smail Farisi, who acknowledged that he lent his Brussels apartment used as a map on the eve of March 22.
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Smail Farisi will be able to better assert its secondary role if it can "ask questions to its co-charged", had explained Mr. Courtoy at the time of the pleadings in the spring, ensuring that his client had been "duped" by the occupants of the 'apartment.
"The trial, according to the forecasts, should begin at the Palace of Justice + Justitia + during the month of September 2022, at a date yet to be specified by the Court of Appeal of Brussels," said Friday the federal prosecutor's office in a communicated.
The "Justitia" is the name given to the former NATO Brussels headquarters converted into ultra-secure justice building to accommodate this mega trial.
at least a thousand people are expected. The federal prosecution says already identified 964 civil parties, families of victims, injured or traumatized, asking for compensation for injury.
in, unlike France, the attacks are not judged by a specially composed yard (with magistrates only) but subject to a popular jury like other crimes, which makes even more complex the organization of such a hearing.
This will be the second trial in Belgium for Salah Abdeslam, sentenced in 2018 to twenty years in prison for firing police officers. The shooting took place in Brussels on March 15, 2016, three days before his arrest. An interpellation that resulted in the transition from the assailants of March 22nd.
17/09/2021 18:11:10 - Brussels (AFP) - © 2021 AFP
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