follow the announcement of the sentences required by the prosecution against Salah Abdeslam and his 19 co-defendants

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4:46 p.m. : Eight years of imprisonment with a ban on entering French territory for 10 years is required against Mohamed Amri.

4:44 p.m. : The sentence of 6 years of imprisonment accompanied by a warrant of deposit and therefore not suitable for conversion, is required against Abdellah Chouaa. For him as for the previous defendants, the Pnat requests “a warrant of deposit with deferred effect”.

4:44 p.m. : Against Ali Oulkadi five years of imprisonment are required, without warrant of committal and therefore the sentence is flexible.

4:43 p.m. : Thus, the sentence of 6 years’ imprisonment required against Hamza Attou is accompanied by a warrant of committal.

4:43 p.m. : The Advocate General underlines the particularity of these defendants who appear free and “the exemplary nature of their behavior” during the trial. Nevertheless, it announces that certain sentences required will be accompanied by a warrant of committal.

4:43 p.m. : It requires “the maximum sentence” for “terrorist concealment in connection with a terrorist enterprise” against Hamza Attou, i.e. six years of criminal imprisonment. He too appears free under judicial supervision.

4:46 p.m. : The national anti-terrorist prosecutor’s office requires five to eight years in prison against the “little hands” accused of having helped Salah Abdeslam on the run, after the attacks of November 13. Three of them, Abdellah Chouaa, Hamza Hattou and Ali Oulkadi, appear free under judicial control.

4:23 p.m. : Camille Hennetier first announces the sentences required for the six absent defendants. Life imprisonment is required in particular against the Clain brothers, Omar Darif and Obeida Aref Dibo.

4:22 p.m. : “The safety period must allow you to modulate the sentence”, requires the lawyer.

4:22 p.m. : “When you go to deliberate, you will necessarily have to ask yourself this question: are we sure that they would give up today, that they will give up in the future?”

4:22 p.m. : The penalties must be “the reflection of the colossal physical and psychological sum caused by these crimes”, believes Camille Hennetier, who adds that “reintegration then becomes secondary”.

4:21 p.m. : Advocate General Camille Hennetier will first announce the sentences required for the six absent defendants, after asking the jurors to “convict all of the accused persons” facts with which they are charged.

4:11 p.m. : “The crime is of such gravity that the sanction can only be in line with this gravity”

4:11 p.m. : Camille Hennetier takes a sip of water, takes a new packet of papers which she places on the desk and declares: “Let’s come to the pains.” “Most of the sentences that will be required are heavy, very heavy,” she warns.

4:10 p.m. “We are therefore under no illusions about what prison time represents, but for all that it is the only solution to protect society”

4:10 p.m. : Camille Hennetier seeks to demonstrate that the reintegration of the accused is impossible to date, “not for the moment in any case”.

4:10 p.m. : “Terrorism is one of the most sanctioned offenses in French law”, recalls Camille Hennetier. It then details the security periods that may accompany the required penalties.

4:09 p.m. : The Advocates General will now announce the sentences required against the 20 defendants in the trial of the November 13 attacks. Our journalist Violaine Jaussent is there.

3:03 p.m. : Nicolas Braconnay finishes on the role of Yassine Atar. He announces that the “deadly projects” of the terrorist cell after the attacks will then be discussed. But first, a break: the hearing is suspended for a good half hour.

3:03 p.m. : Nicolas Braconnay finishes on the role of Yassine Atar. He announces that the “deadly projects” of the terrorist cell after the attacks will then be discussed. But first, a break: the hearing is suspended for a good half hour.

3:03 p.m. : According to the Advocate General “they acted by understanding the scope of their behavior” and with “complacency”. He therefore asks the court to declare them guilty of “terrorist concealment in connection with a terrorist enterprise”, for which the 3 defendants are on trial.

3:03 p.m. : “They are 2 facing a single individual, unarmed, but they choose to help him on the run. They can at any time denounce him to the police, flee by car. They had multiple opportunities to get rid of Salah Abdeslam,” said the Advocate General.

2:59 p.m. : Nicolas Braconnay dissects the role of Mohamed Amri, Hamza Attou and Ali Oulkadi, judged for having helped Salah Abdeslam on the run. The last two appear free under judicial control.

2:59 p.m. : “It is in a burrow that the two lions end up”, he says, referring to the escape and hiding in Saint-Denis of Abdelhamid Abaaoud and Chakib Akrouh, after the attacks

2:59 p.m. : Nicolas Le Bris evokes the other intentions of the terrorists: “the track of an attack in Roissy, the most serious” and “the plan to attack the defense”.

2:59 p.m. : Our journalist Violaine Jaussent continues to relate the end of the requisitions of the prosecution, at the trial of the attacks of November 13.

2:21 p.m. : “As the accomplices he has the blood of all the victims on his conscience and legally, as a co-author, it is as if he also has the blood of the victims on his hands”

2:21 p.m. : “Salah Abdeslam puts himself on the same level as the authors in the letters found in the caches”, underlines Nicolas Le Bris.

2:21 p.m. : “The penalty incurred is the same for the accomplice as for the co-author”, recalls the Advocate General. But the Pnat endeavored to understand what was its place within the commando: “He did not kill anyone but took an important place.”

2:20 p.m. : Nicolas Le Bris explains that the public prosecutor has the “conviction” that “he tried to expose his explosive belt after having abandoned the Clio in Albert-Kahn”.

2:20 p.m. : “Let’s not be naive, if he actually spoke, Salah Abdeslam did not tell us anything allowing us to know more about this evening, he did not tell us anything to understand the events”, “we must therefore rely on the objective elements of the file”.

2:20 p.m. : The Pnat does not believe in the version of the facts that Salah Abdeslam delivered during his final interrogation, in mid-April. “With this café in the 18th arrondissement, he is therefore trying to put you to sleep, make you believe that we have found a personal target for him”

2:20 p.m. “There can’t be 12 terrorists and a last-minute guest intruder: it’s not credible and Salah Abdeslam knows it well.”

2:25 p.m. : The Advocates General continue their indictment, on the 137th day of the trial of the November 13 attacks. Nicolas Le Bris is now concentrating on the “co-author role of Salah Abdeslam”.

2:26 p.m. : It is 2 p.m., here is a new point on the news of this Friday:

• The Advocates General are currently concluding their indictment against the twenty defendants in the trial of the November 13 attacks. You will be able to follow the audience in this live.

Luis Campos is PSG’s new football adviser, the club have announced. He replaces sporting director Leonardo, who was dismissed on May 22.

• It is the last day of the campaign before the first round of legislative elections. Yesterday, during a debate on France 2, lively exchanges opposed the representatives of the main political parties on the question of purchasing power and police violence.

A parliamentary commission of inquiry into the assault on the Capitol, unveiled its findings last night. She accuses Donald Trump of having been “at the center of a conspiracy” to orchestrate “an attempted coup”.

1:53 p.m. : The Advocate General then cites the most striking testimonies of the people who were on the terraces and at the Bataclan, who came to speak at the bar during the hearing.

1:52 p.m. : Nicolas Le Bris enumerates the number of killed, then “thousands of people mutilated in their body and in their soul. And two of them unfortunately had to put an end to their days”.

1:52 p.m. : The Advocate General does the calculation: “25 kilos of grapeshot propelled by 9 kilos of explosives”. “It’s a massacre, a carnage, that they wanted to perpetrate and unfortunately they succeeded.”

1:52 p.m. : “The equivalent of 20 magazines were completely emptied on the terraces and the Bataclan”, whose bursts of fire, when they “do not kill they inflict countless injuries”.

1:51 p.m. : They are also dismissed for “complicity in attempted murder” on the police. “It must be understood that the final confrontation with the police was part of the terrorists’ plan, their objective was to kill police officers”

1:51 p.m. : Ten defendants are tried for complicity in kidnapping in an organized gang with a terrorist enterprise. “Must be considered as hostages all the spectators who entered the room and even those who luckily managed to escape in the first moments”

1:50 p.m. : Our journalist Violaine Jaussent is still at the trial of the November 13 attacks, where the attorneys general are finishing their submissions today.

12:13 p.m. : It is time to recall the main points of the news of this day:

• The Advocates General will conclude their indictment against the twenty accused in the trial of the November 13 attacks and announce the sentences requested, from 12:30 p.m. You will be able to follow the audience in this live.

The revelation by the FFF of the destruction of CCTV images of the Stade de France, for lack of having been requisitioned by the courts, is causing a stir. A judicial source tells franceinfo that justice requested these images last night.

• It is the last day of campaigning before the first round of legislative elections on Sunday. Yesterday on France 2, during the only major national televised debate before the election, lively exchanges opposed the participants on the question of purchasing power and police violence.

A parliamentary commission of inquiry into the assault on the Capitol on January 6, 2021, unveiled its findings this night. She accuses Donald Trump of having been “at the center of a conspiracy” to orchestrate “a coup attempt” and retain power.

11:45 a.m. : Throughout this trial, David Fritz-Goeppinger kept a logbook, published weekly on our site, and so here is the most recent episode. All his chronicles are accessible via the mosaic of photos and dates at the bottom of this page.

11:43 am : The presentation of the requisitions ends today at the trial of the attacks of 13-November. David Fritz-Goeppinger, survivor of the Bataclan where he was held hostage by terrorists, took stock of these nine months of hearing this morning on franceinfo. For him, justice “was restorative”even if he retains a frustration that the “cogs of radicalization” of the accused have not been further deconstructed.

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