Paris attacks – Salah Abdeslam possibly contacted lawyer Sven Mary
Friday, 15 January 2016
Salah Abdeslam, on the run since the Paris attacks of November 13 2015, may have been in touch with the lawyer Sven Mary, the Belga press agency has learned from a legitimate source. Maître Mary has made no comment. Neither has the Federal Prosecutor’s Office. The French and Belgian police forces are still looking for the suspect.
“For the moment there is simply a rumour on the basis of which we will take no action,” the Federal Prosecutor’s Office stated on Thursday. Maître Mary has made no comment. However, at the end of December in Le Soir he stated, “If Salah Abdeslam approached me tomorrow, I would accept his instructions to act.”
Salah Abdeslam has been untraceable since Hamza Attou and Mohamed Amri went to find him in Paris during the night of December 13th and 14th.
The Police say that he may have dropped three suicide bombers off in the vicinity of the Stade de France on the evening of the attacks. Upon his return from Paris, the prime suspect presumably benefited from the assistance of various individuals in Brussels.