The morality of the French judicial system has come under fire after a court ordered the state to pay €500 to the sole surviving perpetrator of the 2015 terrorist attacks over the violation of his privacy and detention conditions.
Placing Salah Abdeslam under constant surveillance before the adoption of the law which legalized such practice was deemed “illegal” by the Administrative Court of Versailles in March 2017, Le Figaro reported, citing the revelation in journalist Elsa Vigouroux’s book ‘The Journal of Frank Berton.’
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A Belgian court on Monday sentenced the sole surviving suspect in the Paris attacks, Salah Abdeslam, to 20 years in prison on terror charges over a bloody gun battle with police in Brussels days before his capture in 2016.
Lawyers arrive in Brussels as the Belgian court is set to give out its verdict on the prime surviving suspect of the 2015 Paris attacks Salah Abdeslam, for the bloody shootout that led to his capture in 2016. IMAGES
Salah Abdeslam returns to Fleury-Mérogis prison after he refused to appear at his trial when it resumed in Brussels. IMAGES
The trial of 2015 Paris attacks survivor Salah Abdeslam and co-defendant Soufien Ayari continues in Brussels under high security and with the absence of Abdeslam. IMAGES of inside the courtroom
The trial of 2015 Paris attacks survivor Salah Abdeslam and co-defendant Soufien Ayari continues in Brussels under high security and with the absence of Abdeslam. IMAGES of the court exterior
The trial of Salah Abdeslam in Brussels for a shoot-out with police in March 2016 resumed in his absence on Thursday, with the focus now on his lawyer Sven Mary who arrived in court amid a media scrum. IMAGES
The lawyer of the only surviving suspect in the 2015 Paris attacks left the courthouse at the end of the first day of the trial of Salah Abdeslam, shortly before a convoy with flashing lights also left the building. AFP is unable to confirm whether Abdeslam was in the convoy. IMAGES
The only surviving suspect in the 2015 Paris attacks, Salah Abdeslam, refuses to answer questions as he goes on trial in Brussels over a bloody shootout with police that led to his capture.
The only surviving suspect in the 2015 Paris attacks, Salah Abdeslam, refused to answer questions on Monday as he went on trial in Brussels over a bloody shootout with police that led to his capture.VIDEOGRAPHIC
The first trial of Salah Abdeslam, the last surviving suspect in the 2015 Paris attacks, begins Monday morning in Brussels. The trial, linked to a shootout that led to his capture in March 2016, is scheduled to last until Friday. IMAGES outside the court
Belgium is on high alert as the last surviving suspect in the 2015 Paris attacks, Salah Abdeslam, will stand trial in Brussels over a shootout that led to his capture. IMAGES of security measures outside courtroom
Suicide bombings struck the airport and a metro station in the Belgian capital on Tuesday, killing at least 31 people and wounding hundreds. These blasts came just four days after the arrest of Salah Abdeslam — one of the main suspects in last November’s Paris attacks — also in his hometown of Brussels.
The attacks in both Paris and Brussels have been claimed by the Islamic State group, and authorities are yet to capture at least one of Tuesday’s assailants.
Since 130 people died in the series of shootings and bombings in Paris, Brussels has also been on a high terror alert due to its connections to the main suspects.
VICE News travels to the Belgian capital to speak with residents about the aftermath of the attacks, and what comes next for the city where a manhunt is ongoing.
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