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The President                                                      Drancy on September 13, 2017

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The BNVCA learns, without too much surprise from the press, that according to the opinion of the expert psychiatrist, Doctor Daniel Zagury, who has finally submitted his report in the case of the murder of Sarah Halimi, concludes that the judgment of the principal has been impaired. suspect, not to abolition. The expert blames "the increase in cannabis consumption", which favored an "acute delirious puff" at the time of the act, but which makes this 27-year-old man partially responsible for his gesture.

The BNVCA recalls that Mrs. Sarah Sarah Halimi, 65 years old of Jewish faith, was savagely killed, tortured and defenestrated by her neighbor, Kobili Traoré on April 3, 2017. This Frenchman of Muslim faith, of Malian origin, aged 30 , repeatedly shouted "Allah Akhbar" during the accomplishment of his heinous crime, last April, in the 11th arrondissement of Paris.
The BNVCA remains convinced that the discernment of the criminal was not completely abolished and that he had intentionally targeted Mrs. Halimi because she was Jewish, while at no time did he attempt to attempt the life of any of the members. of the Diarra family, a Muslim and Malian neighbor, like him, whose home he had entered, nor to any other tenant in his building.

The BNVCA is waiting for the magistrates responsible for investigating this case to retain the aggravating circumstance of anti-Semitism which, according to the expert, is not incompatible with this "acute delirious puff".
The BNVCA takes note of this report by the psychiatric expert which suggests that the assassin remains accessible to a criminal sanction, especially since Kobili Traoré has never been the subject of any previous medical or psychiatric report.
We leave it to the lawyers of the BNVCA to request, if necessary, a second opinion, made up of a college of experts in psychiatry.
The BNVCA remains attentive and monitors the follow-up to this dramatic affair which continues to mobilize associations fighting against anti-Semitism, and to concern members and institutions of the Jewish community as a whole.

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