Ireland 10 years in prison required against the older sister of the jihadists Fabien and Jean-Michel Clain on appeal
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Sentenced to 9 years imprisonment in 2019 for trying to join her brothers and two of her daughters, Anne Diana Clain saw her sentence increased on appeal: ten years in prison were indeed required against that prosecuted for the association of terrorist criminals .
Ten years in prison were required Tuesday June 30 in appeal, the older sister of Fabien and Jean-Michel, known to be the French voices of the organization , for wanting to go to Syria.
In response to her religious husband, Mohamed Amri, the Advocate General asked for confirmation of the sentence pronounced at first instance: 10 years in prison with two thirds of the security period.
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Arrested at the Turkish-Syrian border in July 2016
The Advocate General also asked that this Tunisian, presented as the one who converted the Clain family in the late 1990s, be definitively prohibited on French territory.
Anne Diana Clain, her husband and four of her children had left the Toulouse region, where they lived, in August 2015. They wanted to reach Syria, to find Fabien, Jean-Michel, but also Fanny and Jennyfer, the two girls elders of Anne Diana Clain. The latter have since been arrested, one returned to France is detained in the North and her children are being placed, the second is being held in Syria.
They were arrested on the Turkish-Syrian border in July 2016 after a trip through Greece and Bulgaria, and, said the Attorney General, fully organized and funded by IS.
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During the appeal hearing, which started on Monday, Anne Diana Clain, 44, explained that she had, since her arrest, understood that [she] was in error. But, she added, while in detention, I spoke to other women who had left for Syria. None were sentenced to nine years, but still between four and seven years in prison.A woman who can be influenced
Her family name must be taken into account, the prosecution said, arguing that she had insisted on joining Syria after her brothers' claim for the attacks of 13 November 2015 on behalf of IS.
Converted in 1999 with her brothers, Anne Diane Clain, described as being influenced by experts, practiced rigorous Salafism until her arrest. In his phone and in the family computer, seized during their arrest, the investigators had thus found photos of Salah Abdeslam, the only member still alive of the commandos who hit bar terraces and the Bataclan on November 13, 2015 in Paris , and Mohamed Abrini, suspect of the Paris and Brussels attacks.
Asked about her past, Anne Diana Clain assured that she was completely out of it. I think I misunderstood, I mixed it all up in my religion, it led me astray, she said, but I got over it, said Anne Diana Clain.
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