Abdeslam trial: Civil party lawyer stresses Ayari’s guiltThursday, 08 February 2018 19:14
Defence attorneys had submitted on Thursday that none of the suspects intended to perpetrate a carnage as the prosecution has charged.
Bauwens also said that one of his clients – one of the policemen who had participated in the operation on Rue du Dries – had his 22-year career cut short following the incident. “He went on permanent work disability of over 55%,” he told journalists as he came out of the courtroom.
Bauwens stressed once again that he saw the behaviour of Salah Abdeslam, who has refused to cooperate with the court, as “opportunistic”. “What do you want me to say?” he asked. “It’s quite simple. You cannot insult the rule of law and then use it.”
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