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Published On: Mon, Mar 12th, 2018

Alleged Paris attacker Salah Abdesalam speaks with Examining Magistrate

nsnbc : Salah Abdesalam, the apparently sole survivor of the terrorist cell that was accused for carrying out the attacks in the French capital Paris on November 13th, 2015, has spoken to those investigating the incident.

Salah Abdesalam_Belgium_FRanceIt is only for the second time since his arrest on March 18th, 2016, that Saleh (Saleh) Abdesalam spoke with investigators. He was questioned by an Examining Magistrate and confronted with another suspect in the case in Paris on Friday.

Previously, Salah Abdeslam had spoken just once about the attacks. That was the day after his arrest. Then he told detectives that he was unable to blow himself up on during the Paris attack in November 2015.

On Friday, March 9th, 2018, detectives confronted Salah Abdeslam with Ali Oulkadi, the man that is alleged to have driven him from Laken to Schaarbeek (both Brussels) on the day after the Paris attacks.

Oulkadi’s solicitor says that Salah Abdeslam has told him that his client is innocent. Oulkadi is said not to have known what Salah Abdeslam had gone to Paris for. Oulkadi was a good friend of Brahim Abdeslam, Salah’s older brother who, according to “evidence” that never was made public, blew himself up in the Paris attack.

CH/L – nsnbc 12.03.2018

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