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Politics Mireille Knoll Trial: "Recognize the anti-Semitic nature of the case is essential"

13:30  28 october  2021
13:30  28 october  2021 Source:   europe1.fr

six months of suspended prison for Cassandre Fristot, the protest of metz to the anti-Semitic sign

 six months of suspended prison for Cassandre Fristot, the protest of metz to the anti-Semitic sign © provided by Liberation Cassandre Fristot has been viewing a sign in the anti-Semite message in the procession of an anti-pass event sanitary in August in Metz. Twitter screenshot. Cassandre Fristot, a teacher and former member of the FN who had brandished an anti-Semitic sign during a demonstration against the Sanitary Pass on August 7 in Metz, was sentenced on Wednesday to six months in prison by the Court of First Instance. This same city.

Le président du Consistoire central et avocat Élie Korchia était l'invité d'Europe Matin jeudi. Interrogé sur le procès Mireille Knoll, l'octogénaire juive tuée de façon barbare dans son appartement en 2018 à Paris, il a estimé que le caractère antisémite de ce crime devait © Europe 1 The President of the Central Consistory and Counsel Elie Korchia was the guest of Europe morning Thursday. Asked about the Mireille Knoll trial, the Jewish octogenarian killed in his apartment in 2018 in Paris, he felt that the anti-Semitic character of this crime had to "be recognized".

The case had provoked indignation and emotion in France and abroad. The trial of two men, accused of the anti-Semitic murder of Mireille Knoll, an old Jewish lady killed at home in 2018 , turned on Tuesday in Paris. Guest of Europe morning Thursday, the president of the central consistory - which represents the Jewish community - Elie Korchia felt that the recognition of the anti-Semitic nature of this case is "essential". "As a lawyer, I do not position myself on the merits of this file that I do not know. But on a personal basis and as a citizen, it is obvious that the anti-Semitic character in the case of Mrs. Knoll must be recognized, "he said.

Murder of Mireille Knoll in Paris. The trial of the two accused opens on Tuesday

 Murder of Mireille Knoll in Paris. The trial of the two accused opens on Tuesday © Lionel Bonaventure / AFP Flowers in tribute to Mireille Knoll were deposited at the bottom of his building in Paris, in March 2018. Photo of illustration. The trials of the two men accused of the anti-Semitic murder of Mireille Knoll in 2018 starts Tuesday, October 26, 2021 in front of the Assize Court of Paris. Mireille Knoll, aged 85, was killed at home in his capital apartment.

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"too long ago we had difficulty recognizing this anti-Semitic character as in other files in the past. So what I would like today is that our murdered Jewish victims, killed, whether in the case of terrorist attacks or common law crimes based on clichés, do not remain in the perspective death of our collective consciousness. "

"Keep the cold blood"

for the one who has been a lawyer of victims of the attack at the hyper hide, it is essential that as in this case, anti-Semitism is at the heart of what has been judged. "It's very important for our justice," he insisted. Regarding the desire of the son of Mireille Knoll that the accused are sentenced to death, Elie Korchia, however, arise totally opposed to this idea. "I am a lawyer, I have always been, I am and I will always be against the death penalty. And I will always register in the line line of what was done by President François Mitterrand and his Minister of Justice Robert Badinter, "he said.

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He also heard the pain of the son of the victim, "touched in his flesh". "It is always very difficult when you have experienced this type of terrible act, to keep the blood cold and reflection. So what it inspires it is the suffering of a lively scarce son, but that our role must Also be to know the word we carry and the values ​​we defend ourselves, "continued the president of the central consistory. But he agreed that the suffering of the families of victims must be understood.

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"It sometimes also necessary to greet the grandeur and the dignity of civil parties like Samuel Sandler, which I had the opportunity to accompany With his myriam wife, or Zari Boghni who had come to deliver an extraordinary and upset testimony after being for 4:04 the hostage of the terrorist in the hyper hide. "

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