US News United Kingdom: The alleged murderer of the MP Amess will be judged in 2022

21:20  22 october  2021
21:20  22 october  2021 Source:   nouvelobs.com

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GB-Justice-Depute: United Kingdom: The alleged murderer of the hon. MP AMESS will be judged in 2022

ROYAUME-UNI: LE MEURTRIER PRÉSUMÉ DU DÉPUTÉ AMESS SERA JUGÉ EN 2022 © Reuters / Hannah McKay United Kingdom: the murderer Presumed to the MP Amess will be judged in 2022

London (Reuters) - the trial of the murder of the Conservative MP David Ammess will be held in March 2022, have Friday been learned from the London Criminal Court Old Bailey.

Ali Harbi Ali, 25-year-old London, son of an ex-communication counselor of a former Somali Prime Minister, stabbed last week David Amess, 69, in a church of his riding of Leigh-on-Sea , northeastern municipality of London.

He presented Thursday as affiliated with the Islamic State group (EI) and said that it had for several years to murder a member of the British Parliament.

After a brief audience on Friday videoconferencing, Belmarsh High Security Prison, Ali Harbi Ali will be heard again on November 5th.

It is formally charged with murder and preparation of terrorism.

(Michael Holden report, French version Nicolas Delame and Sophie Louet)

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