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The victims of the attacks of Paris in search of justice

The victims of the attacks of Paris in search of justice


"We are pleased to know that he was captured alive." Georges Salines, president of a victims association, is pleased to the arrest of Salah Abdeslam: the key suspect of the attacks of 13 November in Paris will be brought to justice.


"We're going to have a real trial with someone it is not doubtful that he participated in the attacks", told AFP the doctor, whose daughter was killed in the Bataclan concert hall where 90 died 130 victims of jihadist attacks.

After more than four months on the run, Abdeslam Salah, 26, was arrested during a police operation in Molenbeek, Brussels popular town where it originated. This French of Moroccan origin radicalized petty criminal who has never fought in Syria, was wounded in the leg during his arrest.

"Until now, we had only second fiddle" appearing before the French courts, observes AurГ©lia Gilbert, of the association "November 13: brotherhood and truth," which Mr. Salinas is the president.

"There was someone present on the site. Victims of terraces and their families will have someone to judge, "she says.

This employee Bataclan does not hide his "relief". "We are happy that it is not returned to Syria to be also killed by a US drone. It is a democracy and there will be a trial. "

By AFP informed of the arrest of Abdeslam, Sylvie, injured at the stage of France, near which three suicide bombers blew themselves up, yells: "Super!"

"At least there is someone alive, who was ready to take action. Maybe we will finally be able to know more, "she coward.

"That means he will answer for his actions," says Caroline Langlade, Vice President of "Life for Paris", another association of victims.

"It is important that there is someone alive in the trial on the dock. This will give a whole new meaning "to work for justice, she notes.

The interest for the one that was in the audience in the theater the night of the attack, will "try to understand what can happen in the head of the French and Belgian youth radicalized."

For her, this inquiry also shows that the state "does not let do" and that the French and Belgian policies can "work together".

Jihadist attacks of November 13 were 130 dead and hundreds wounded in Paris and Saint-Denis. More than 4,000 people are considered victims of these attacks, the deadliest in the history of France.

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