He had been sentenced to ten years in prison by the Assize Court for Minors in Paris for criminal association with terrorism.
Having planned to carry out an attack at Roazhon Park, Stade Rennais football stadium.
Incarcerated in 2018 and sentenced at the end of 2021, this 21-year-old young man from Rennes was once again sentenced by the courts.
On Friday May 20, the defendant was sentenced to eighteen months in prison, reports
The Paris Criminal Court found him guilty of using a mobile phone from his prison cell.
A device that would have allowed him to consult jihadist propaganda and to exchange on discussion threads with people close to the Islamic State.
The man used Facebook, Telegram or Snapchat and had conducted numerous searches for Islamist photos and videos, including images of executions.
A planned attack at Roazhon Park
In 2018, the young man was arrested at his mother's house, with whom he lived, when he was considering leaving for Syria.
The investigation had shown that this former student of a Catholic high school had prepared an attack plan for Roazhon Park and surrounding businesses, recalls
He had been radicalized for a little over a year.
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