December 12 According to an AFP report, on the 11th local time, people familiar with the matter and prosecutors said that the trial of 20 suspects in the November 2015 serial terrorist attack in Paris will be heard at the Paris Special Serious Crimes Court on September 8, 2021, and is expected to last until March 2022. End at the end of the month.
On November 13, 2020, the fifth anniversary of the terrorist attack in Paris, people mourned at the Paris Bataclan Theatre, one of the terrorist attacks. The Paris terrorist attack on November 13, 2015 killed 130 people, 90 of whom died at the Bataklan Theatre.
The only surviving suspect will appear in court.
On the evening of November 13, 2015, several terrorist groups launched a series of terrorist attacks in Paris’s Bataclan Theatre, the stadium of France and the terraces of several restaurants, killing 130 people, and extremist groups claimed responsibility.
Of the terrorists who carried out the attack, only the Moroccan French Salah Abdul-Salam survived. He fled to Belgium overnight after the crime, and was arrested in the Molenbeck district of Brussels on March 18, 2016. On April 27 of that year, Salah was transferred to France and has been detained in the Fleury-Merogi prison more than 30 kilometers from Paris.
It is reported that the number of defendants in this case has reached 20, and 14 people will appear for trial, including Salah Abdul-Salam, the only surviving terrorist attack suspect.
The trial will be a difficult task, and the hearing is expected to take place for 110 days, according to the report.