China News Agency, Paris, June 29 (Reporter Li Yang) On the evening of the 29th local time, the 2015 Paris terrorist attack was sentenced, and all 20 defendants were found guilty.
The 2015 Paris terror attack began on September 8 last year at the Paris Special Serious Crimes Court.
There are 20 defendants in the case, 14 of whom appear in court.
The trial work of the case has attracted great attention from all walks of life in France.
All 20 defendants were convicted, 19 of whom were convicted of terrorism-related offences and one was convicted of conspiracy to defraud, according to court decisions that night.
Abdulsallam, 32, was the only attacker not killed and was convicted that night of terrorism and murder and was sentenced to life in prison without early release, according to current French law the heaviest punishment.
Of the other 13 accused who appeared in court, Mohammad Bakari, Osama Kerem, Safin Eri were sentenced to 30 years in prison, and they had to serve two-thirds of their sentences; 10 other accused Sentenced to prison terms ranging from 2 to 22 years.
The 20 defendants have the next 10 days to decide whether to appeal.
The French prosecutors have made a lot of preparations for the trial of the case. There are nearly 50,000 investigation reports, and the relevant documents are 53 meters thick, which is equivalent to the height of a ten-story building; more than 300 lawyers participated in the trial, and hundreds of people involved in the attack Survivors and relatives of the victims testified.
Former French President Francois Hollande also testified during the trial; he was the French president at the time of the attack.
After the case was pronounced, Hollande issued a statement saying the accused in the attack had been tried in accordance with the law.
He described the trial work of the case as "extraordinary", with months of trial making it possible to get justice and find out the truth.
On November 13, 2015, a severe terrorist attack in Paris killed 130 people, 90 of them at the Bataclan Theater.