8 Boulevard Saint-Simon 93700 Drancy
Drancy on November 3, 2017
It is without illusion, and with great disappointment, that the BNVCA welcomes the verdict pronounced by the judges of the Special Assize Court, which does not condemn Abdelkader Merah, brother of the Toulouse killer, anti-Semitic and anti-French terrorist, than 20 years' imprisonment, thus departing from the requisitions of the Advocate General who rightly demanded life imprisonment.
Thus, in their intimate conviction, the judges exonerated the big brother of his complicity with Mohamed, of whom he was the mentor.
If this trial was to be a terrorism trial, we are not convinced that he achieved his goal because, this decision of the magistrates anxious to scrupulously observe pure law, leaves the victims with a feeling of frustration, the bitter impression, "that we did not go all the way", and that this verdict could be likely to give the wrong signal to apprentice terrorists, adherents of radical Islam.
The BNVCA expects the General Prosecutor's Office to appeal this decision so that the defendants are sanctioned in accordance with the requisitions of the General Counsel.
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