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Sports Attacks of 13-November. A positive accused at COVID, the trial will not resume before January 25

17:55  17 january  2022
17:55  17 january  2022 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Le palais de justice de Paris. (Photo d’illustration). © Franck Dubray / West-France The Paris courthouse. (Picture of illustration).

The trial of the attacks of 13 November 2015 in Paris and Saint-Denis was supposed to resume Tuesday, January 18, 2022. But the CVIV-19 again blessed the schedule planned by the Assize Court: an accused was tested positive before the weekend. The hearing will not resume until January 25, confirms AFP on Monday.

On the end of the week, it was expected that Salah Abdeslam be questioned by the Special Assize Court at the Paris Palace of Justice. But the trial of the attacks of 13 November 2015 is once again disturbed by the CVIV-19 epidemic: this Thursday, November 17, 2022, AFP confirms that the hearing will not resume until January 25th.

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A short hearing, however, should be held on Tuesday Midi to see this situation, according to a source close to the file.

The trial again disturbed

as the main accused a few days earlier , another defendant, Ali El Haddad Asufi, has been tested positive , at the end of last week after the hearing. Non-vaccinated, he presented symptoms and was isolated in a box. This once again blocks the calendar of this outstanding trial.

Indeed, the health situation had already disrupted the recovery of the debates in early January, after two weeks of break: a counter-expertise that concluded on January 10 that Salah Abdeslam was "cured" and "non-contagious", the hearing had taken over The next day with the beginning of the charges of the accused.

The accused interviewed

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Since last week, the Assize Court had begun to interrogate the various accused of the trial of 13-November on their personality, their radicalization, their membership of the Islamic state group. After Mohamed Abrini, Osama Krayem had to answer questions but he refused to express himself on Thursday. Heard the next day, Adel Haddadi delivered his version: The Algerian accused found himself caught in a gear that would have exceeded . Without really convincing.

The 28-year-old Pakistan was arrested in December 2015 in a migrant home in Austria, with Adel Haddadi. The two men are suspected of having wanted to commit an attack in France . He had to be questioned this Tuesday, January 18, but it will take at least an extra week.

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