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US News Trial of 13-November: the logbook of an ex-hostage of Bataclan, week 11

22:47  24 november  2021
22:47  24 november  2021 Source:   francetvinfo.fr

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David Fritz-Goeppinger is part of the dozen people taken hostage by the terrorists in Bataclan. Photographer, he holds his logbook for the duration of the trial of the attacks of 13-November.

  Procès du 13-Novembre : le journal de bord d'un ex-otage du Bataclan, semaine 11 © Provided by FranceInfo

On November 13, 2015, David Fritz-Goeppinger is at Bataclan when the concert hall is attacked by three men, armed with assault rifles and explosive belts. "Never again in my life I will not forget these faces", entrusts David. Taken hostage for two and a half hours, he thinks every minute that his time came. Until the assault of the police officers of the BRI. That night, the coordinated attacks on the stadium of France, the 10th and 11th district terraces of Paris and the Bataclan, make 130 deaths, 90 in the concert hall, and more than 400 wounded. Nearly six years later, it's the trial of these attacks in Paris. David Fritz-Goeppinger, today a photographer, agreed to share via this edge journal his feeling, in image and written, during the long months that will last the historical trial of these attacks of 13-November who scored France. Here is his story of the eleventh week.

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Wednesday, November 24th. This weekend, my body once again made me understand that I went too far in my physical and psychological investment in the lawsuit, I had again caught a huge cold.

yesterday, going to take the metro I stop at the first newskeeper on my way to buy the last number of Rock & Folk to find the two letters we wrote with Arthur a few weeks ago. Like a teenager, I turn the pages with hurry to read our words and send a photo to my friend, we are proud. I went to the palace at gust up, I had an appointment with Virginie Le Roy, a civil party lawyer, for a portrait you will see soon. When leaving, I returned to look at the gate of the main entrance of the palace and photography, the gilding are bursting. I preferred the seats of the waiting room of a doctor rather than the courtyards of the courtroom and pursues listening to the debates since my home thanks to the webradio.

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After the statements of the civilian parties and the photographs that have derived from it, I thought that turning to the essential actors of the life of the trial was paramount. In the photo of the day, my lawyer, Master Aurélie Coviaux. I meet it in March 2016, after a meeting of an association of victims. It was she, who accompanied me and who always accompany me in the pangs of the "file" with the guarantee fund and which today, represents me in the courtroom of the trial of the attacks of 13-November.

Sitting in my usual place, I am my seventh notebook while the Austrian witness takes place facing the court. He is one of the investigators who interviewed two of the accused in Austria, a month after the attacks on December 10. I remember falling on the information in the midst of a cloud of others who have fallen over the days since November 13 and did not really realize its importance. Today, the two men arrested are in the box, and I breathe the same air as a part of the week. I'm starting to feel difficult to follow the lawsuit both we are moving every day in the smallest details of the file that makes, if I have to remember, one million pages. I wonder if my daily follow-up will not turn, in the coming weeks, in biweekly tracking. If I do not want to miss any time of the trial, I have to solve me to protect me other than through the logbook.

The hearing of the day continues, it's been four hours thirty that the witness is at the helm. The investigator is expressed in German to an interpreter, who, she returns to French to the parties, which can make listening complicated.

The night falls on the palate and I decide to stop writing there.

see you tomorrow.

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