Islamic State member found guilty of mass murder for 2015 Paris terror attacks

6/29/2022 9:33:00 PM

The only surviving member of an Islamic State group behind the 2015 Paris attacks has been found guilty of mass murder

The only surviving member of an Islamic State group behind the 2015 Paris attacks has been found guilty of mass murder

The only survivor of the Islamic State group behind the 2015 Paris terror attacks has been found guilty of terrorism and mass murder.

Salah Abdeslam is believed to be the only surviving member of the group that killed 130 people at the Bataclan music venue, Paris cafes, and the Stade de France in 2015.A further 18 men have been convicted of terror-related charges.Sentences will be announced at a later date but French prosecutors have requested Abdeslam receive a rare full-life prison term.

Salah Abdeslam (R) standing next to the 13 other defendants in front of Paris' criminal court.Picture:GettyThe nine-month-long trial saw five judges consider evidence from more than 2,000 witnesses, including more than a million pages of evidence during the largest trial in modern French history.

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On Wednesday a French court found 19 people, including Salah Abdeslam, guilty of terrorism-related charges in the Paris attacks trial.Abdeslam's brother, Brahim, was also involved in the attacks but blew himself up the night after shooting dead young Parisians drinking and eating in cafés.11 Copy Executives at China's Blockchain-based Service Network (BSN) – a state-backed initiative aimed at driving the commercial adoption of blockchain technology – labelled cryptocurrency"the biggest Ponzi scheme in human history" in state-sponsored media on Sunday.Abdeslam's brother, Brahim, was also involved in the attacks but blew himself up the night after shooting dead young Parisians drinking and eating in cafés.

Salah Abdeslam is believed to be the only surviving member of the group that killed 130 people at the Bataclan music venue, Paris cafes, and the Stade de France in 2015. A further 18 men have been convicted of terror-related charges. Pic AP Suspect changed his mind out of 'humanity not fear' At the start of the trial in November 2021, the 32-year-old Abdeslam defiantly gave his profession as an"Islamic State fighter" but in recent weeks, as the trial has wound up, he has asked for forgiveness and has claimed he deliberately dumped his suicide vest to prevent more people dying. Sentences will be announced at a later date but French prosecutors have requested Abdeslam receive a rare full-life prison term. Co-author Zhiguang Shan is chair of the BSN Development Alliance. Salah Abdeslam (R) standing next to the 13 other defendants in front of Paris' criminal court. "I changed my mind out of humanity, not fear. Picture: Getty The nine-month-long trial saw five judges consider evidence from more than 2,000 witnesses, including more than a million pages of evidence during the largest trial in modern French history." On Monday, as the trial wrapped up, he tried to apologise to the victims, claiming he was not a murderer.

The terrorist group detonated bombs and fired guns at bars, restaurants, the national football stadium and Bataclan music venue on 13 November 2015. Image: Salah Abdeslam is one of the 20 men on trial However, French police and prosecution lawyers said his suicide belt was found to be defective and this provides a more likely reason why he did not detonate it. He and Zhiguang reasoned that cryptocurrency is a Ponzi scheme because it requires a continuous stream of new investors in order to remain stable, with early investors profiting the most. At the start of the trail Abdeslam told the court his job was "a fighter for Islamic State" but as the trail came to an end on Monday he tried to apologise to the victims and claimed he was not a murderer. He insisted he did not detonate himself with his suicide belt "out of humanity" however French police told the court his suicide belt was found to be defective. He faces life imprisonment if found guilty. This story is being updated, more follows." The authors also railed against the move-to-earn and play-to-earn models often employed in Web3 applications, likening them to phishing schemes. . Abrini also took part in suicide bombings in Brussels in 2016 but says he regrets his involvement now. Abrini also took part in suicide bombings in Brussels in 2016 but says he regrets his involvement now.