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Farid Ikken was sentenced to 28 years in prison. This Algerian attacked police officers with a hammer on the forecourt of Notre-Dame de Paris in 2017. He claimed to be part of the Islamic State group.
Farid Ikken, a 43-year-old Algerian,, was sentenced to 28 years in prison by the special assize court in Paris on Wednesday October 14. A decision in accordance with the requisitions of the Advocate General who had requested a sentence of twenty-five to twenty-eight years of criminal imprisonment.
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The former Algerian student, whose sentence comes with a two-thirds security period, was also sentenced to a definitive ban from French territory."Fanatic of the Islamic State"
In her requisitions, the magistrate described the accused as "total extremist" and "fanatic of" and recalled that he had expressed his "satisfaction of the accomplished duty" and had "identified with the worst terrorists who committed attacks in France" .
On June 6, 2017, in the middle of tourists strolling on the forecourt of, he jumped on a group of three policemen, hitting one of them with a hammer, shouting "It's for the Syria! " (sic).
The policeman, slightly wounded in the head, and one of his colleagues opened fire. Injured in the thorax, Farid Ikken is arrested.
In his bag, the police will find a computer and USB keys filled with jihadist propaganda. And in a camera at his home in Cergy (Val-d'Oise), a video in which he pledges allegiance to ISIS and announces: "it's time for revenge, it's time for jihad ”.
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