Gwladys Laffite edited by Margaux Balloffet 6:18 a.m., June 26, 2022

The end of the November 13 trial is approaching, the verdict is scheduled for Wednesday.

It will have lasted ten months, with nearly 150 days of hearings and even the covid has invited itself to the trial... delaying it by more than a month.

Gwladys Laffitte followed the trial for Europe 1, she tells us the most significant moments of this historic trial.

After ten months of hearing, the verdict of the attacks of November 13 is expected Wednesday.

A trial totally unprecedented by the horror of the events and also by its length.

It will have lasted ten months, with nearly 150 days of hearings, even the covid was invited to the trial... delaying it by more than a month.

Gwladys Laffitte, police-justice reporter for Europe 1, tells us about the most significant moments of the past ten months.

An emotional trial

Hundreds of black robes and victims find themselves day after day in a gigantic room built for the occasion.

All eyes are on the dock and especially on Salah Abdeslam, the last living member of the commandos.

Dressed all in black, black mask, the accused claims to be an Islamic State fighter.

His attitude changed a lot during the trial, sometimes provocative, and then calmer to the point of tears.

What was truly unprecedented in this trial was the six weeks of depositions by the civil parties, more than 400 testimonies. 

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"It was very impressive"

Georges Salines, who lost his daughter at the Bataclan, remembers from this trial the multiplicity of testimonies of victims: "It was very impressive, very enriching the multiplicity of testimonies, in particular the testimonies of the survivors. It gave us an idea almost three-dimensional, with a very precise chronology of everything that had happened, a very moving trial". 

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