Tuesday, 15 January 2019
The questioning of Mehdi Nemmouche at the Brussels Assise Court on Tuesday afternoon was very brief. He admitted to being in possession of the Kalashnikov and revolver used in the murder of four persons at the Jewish Museum in Spring 2014 but denied being the perpetrator.
He then said he would not respond to the questions of the presiding judge, Laurence Massart.
For his part, Nacer Bendrer denied supplying Nemmouche with weapons.
The Brussels Times