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Abdeslam prend cher quand d’autres retrouvent la liberté

Le verdict est tombé hier soir au procès des attentats de Paris. Cinq accusés vont retrouver la liberté malgré leur culpabilité. Salah Abdeslam écope de la perpétuité incompressible. 

Emmanuel Huet
À Paris, Emmanuel Huet
(FILES) In this file photo taken on June 27, 2022 This court-sketch made on June 27, 2022, shows defendant Salah Abdeslam (R) standing next to the 13 other defendants in front of Paris' criminal court during the trial of the November 2015 attacks. - The verdict is expected on June 29, 2022 after the ten-month long trial for the November 13 Paris attacks in which Islamic State jihadists claimed a series of coordinated attacks by gunmen and suicide bombers in Paris that killed at least 132 people in scenes of carnage at a concert hall, restaurants and the national stadium. (Photo by Benoit PEYRUCQ / AFP)
(FILES) In this file photo taken on June 27, 2022 This court-sketch made on June 27, 2022, shows defendant Salah Abdeslam (R) standing next to the 13 other defendants in front of Paris' criminal court during the trial of the November 2015 attacks. - The verdict is expected on June 29, 2022 after the ten-month long trial for the November 13 Paris attacks in which Islamic State jihadists claimed a series of coordinated attacks by gunmen and suicide bombers in Paris that killed at least 132 people in scenes of carnage at a concert hall, restaurants and the national stadium. (Photo by Benoit PEYRUCQ / AFP) ©AFP 

Il était 20h10 lorsque le président Jean-Louis Périès a pris la parole.Une dernière fois au cours de ce procès qui a duré près de 10 mois, et qui s’est étalé sur 149 jours d’audience. Vu l’heure tardive, il a épargné à l’assistance venue massivement la lecture des 120 pages de motivation de son verdict. » Je ne vais pas vous infliger ça « , dit-il face à une salle où on aurait bien repoussé les murs pour caser les centaines de parties civiles qui avaient fait le déplacement.