The perpetrators of the November 13, 2015 attacks in Paris and their accomplices, who killed 130 people and injured hundreds, will be tried by a special court on Wednesday, September 8, 2021.
An extraordinary trial for an extraordinary trial. First, the number. The ISIS-sponsored terrorist attack killed 130 people and injured 413. The OMA contains 348 pages and is appendix. 1750 civil parties, 330 lawyers, 130 recognized media. A special room was to be built on the Ile de la Cité in the Palais de Justice de Paris.
Investigations to identify and identify the perpetrators of the attacks and their accomplices were also unusual. A Titanic task, scientific rigor in the exploitation of clues and ideal collaboration between magistrates and police officers in many countries.
As a result, six years after the incident, 20 people are now being held accountable for their actions. In the dock, Salah Abdel Salam is the only survivor of the three terrorist commandos who died on November 13, 2015 in and around Paris. The rest are either dead or fleeing.
On the evening of Friday, November 13, 2015, three teams, each consisting of three men, attacked various locations in the Paris area:
- Three members of the first team (later identified as Frenchman Bilal Hadi and two Iraqis used fake Syrian passports in the names of Ahmed Shami and Mohammed Ali) blew up their belts near the Stade de France in St. Denis The ball match was between France and Germany. It was 9:16 p.m.
- The second team (consisting of Belgian citizens Abdul Hamid Aboud, Chakab Akrouh and Brahim Abdel Salam), on the roofs of three machine gun restaurants, arrived in Paris on the 11th, before an assailant (third name) committed suicide. Threw explosives Belt in the nearby Fourth Establishment.
- The third team (French Sami Amimour, Ismail Omar Mustafa and Fawad Mohamed Agad) entered the Bataklan concert hall while the hard rock band “Eagles of Death Metal” was performing on stage. They machine-gunned the mob that killed 90 people before being killed during a joint BRI-raid intervention, then took them hostage.
A heavy shelling.
Two of the three members of the second so-called “terrace team” escaped their crimes. The first, who wore orange shoes filmed during the second shoot, was increasingly identified as Belgian jihadist Abdelhamid Abdouad, and the second will be identified much later as Belgium’s national flag bearer. ۔
On the night of November 17-18, 2015, RAID raided the third floor apartment of Building 4 Rod do Corbillon in St. Denis, where Abdul Hameed Aboud, Chakab Akroh and Hasna AIT Blue Hussein were taking refuge. After heavy firing and triggering an explosive vest, three occupants were killed.
Salah Abdul Salam, the lone surviving commando responsible for the attacks, was captured by Belin police in Mullenbeck’s Brussels commune on March 18, 2016, after fleeing for four months.
The statement of claim was issued on November 14, 2015 by the Islamic State through the French language Amaq Agency.