Murder of Sarah Halimi: the investigating judges consider "plausible" the criminal irresponsibility of the suspect
Judges dismissed "aggravating circumstance of anti-Semitism" the murder of this Jewish woman of 65, killed in April 2017.
The judges dismissed "the aggravating circumstance of the anti-Semitic character" of the murder of this Jewish woman of 65, killed in April 2017.
The investigating judges in charge of the investigation of the murder of the Jewish sexagenarian Sarah Halimi believe that there are "plausible reasons" to conclude to the criminal irresponsibility of the suspect, one learned Friday of source court, confirming information from the Parisian . At the end of their investigation, the judges also dismissed "the aggravating circumstance of the anti-Semitic nature" of the murder in their order made Friday, according to a source familiar with the case. The decision of the judges is in reverse of the requisitions of the Paris prosecutor who demanded the referral to an assize court of Kobili Traore, the sole suspect of the murder of the Jewish woman of 65 years in April 2017.