Paris, June 29 The main accused of the 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris and Saint Denis, Salah Abdeslam, was sentenced this Wednesday to a life sentence without the possibility of parole.
The Paris Criminal Court also sentenced another of the main defendants, Mohammed Abrini, to life imprisonment with a minimum term of 22 years.
Abdeslam was the only survivor of the nine members of the commandos that committed the attacks, while Abrini was part of the group that traveled from Brussels to Paris to execute them, although at the last minute he resigned from participating.
The other defendants were sentenced to sentences ranging from life imprisonment to four years in prison.
The court found guilty the 20 defendants who have appeared for almost ten months for their involvement in the jihadist attacks of November 13, 2015 that caused 130 deaths and hundreds of injuries in the French capital and its surroundings.
In 19 of the cases, the court found them guilty on all the charges for which they were accused, and in the last one it did not retain one of the indictments, that of terrorism.
With all the material authors dead on the same night of the attacks (immolated with explosive belts or by police shots), except for Abdeslam, all the others were judged for their different level of participation in the conception, preparation and support of the members of the commandos. .
Those convicted have a period of ten days to file an appeal. EFE
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