A Belgian broadcaster publishes an interview with the fleeing Parisian terrorist suspect | Paris attacks


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The day before his trial in the French capital, Belgian public radio RTBF published an interview with the alleged leader of the Paris terrorist attacks, recorded as he fled France in the aftermath of the 2015 massacre. He is accused of planning, aiding and carrying out the November 13 suicide and gun attacks on the Stade de France, bars, restaurants and a hall Bataclan parties that killed 130 people and injured 490. He interviewed motorists as police checked identity cards and searched cars at one of the many checkpoints set up between France and Belgium in the hours after the attacks. “I don’t remember the car model or the color,” Legrand said. . Within it were three young men who looked very tired; Their faces looked worn. The man in the back was draped in some sort of fluffy jacket or quilt. Legrand recalls that the men “were not particularly friendly, but answered my questions while checking their identity cards.” “But as soon as they got their papers back, they cut off the conversation and ended up.” When asked what they thought of the checks, the three answered in quick succession: This is the third.” “The third check.” “Honestly, we thought it was all too much.” “But then we kind of understood the point of…” “Why.” “Then we saw why.” It’s not clear who What, he said, at the time, Abdeslam’s name had not been circulated to the police as a possible suspect in the attacks and the men were allowed to continue on. “Three young men of North African descent,” and they didn’t think about it until details of Abdeslam’s journey with his associates, Mohammed, began to emerge. Omari and Hamza Attou. “When we started seeing CCTV images from the petrol station where Abdeslam had stopped with Amri et Attou, our suspicions began to grow,” they said. It was only confirmed after Abdeslam’s arrest, in the Molenbeek district of Brussels on March 18, 2016. , and the subsequent leak to the media of a conversation between him and two other prisoners in Bruges prison, Abd al-Salam told Mahdi Nemmouche, who killed four People involved in the 2014 attack on the Jewish Museum in Brussels, and Mohamed El Bakkali, an alleged member of the logistical team responsible for the Paris attacks, said he spoke to a radio broadcaster. Third, while the car in which he was traveling was stopped, for the third time, outside Brussels. Kali, along with Omari and Atto, who confessed to collecting Abdeslam from the southern suburbs of Paris by car after he called them in the early hours of 14. November, are among the 14 suspects due to appear in France’s largest criminal trial At all, it is expected to last up to nine months in a purpose-built facility on Ile de la Cité. Six others are being tried in their absence: five who died are supposed to be tried in Iraq or Syria and one is in prison in Turkey. Abdeslam, 31, a Brussels-born French national, is believed to be the last survivor of a cell of 10 men who carried out the Paris attacks. Most of them killed themselves or were killed by the police, allegedly central to the massive logistical operation that saw jihadists return to Europe from Syria via the migrant route, and is believed to have accompanied three suicide bombers who blew themselves up in the stadium. De France: It is suspected that Abdeslam, whose brother blew himself up in a Paris bar during the attacks, may have been planning to carry out his suicide attack in the 18th arrondissement of Paris, but then backed off. He hid south of Paris after the attacks before calling Omari and coming to Brussels at 5.30am. Legrand said she was trying to “stay objective” about the discovery. “I felt a little upset,” she said. “I was worried that I would be accused of lack of consciousness during this interview. I felt, oddly enough, a little guilty. Then I remember the facts. At that moment, I didn’t have enough information to identify Abdus Salam. Neither did the police.”


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