Procès des attentats de Bruxelles: les conditions de transfert des accusés ne seront pas modifiées

Les forces de l’ordre ont décidé de ne pas modifier les conditions de transfert particulièrement strictes des accusés du procès des attentats de Bruxelles. Explications.

Special police stand behind defendants in a specially designed glass box in the courtroom before the start of the trial of alleged jihadists accused of directing or aiding suicide bombings in Brussels' metro and airport on March 22, 2016, at the Justitia building in Brussels on December 5, 2022. - Both the November 13, 2015 Paris attacks and the March 22, 2016 suicide bombings in Brussels were claimed by the Islamic State group, and investigators believe they were carried out by the same Belgium-based cell. Five of the nine defendants to appear in the dock in Belgium have already been convicted in the French trial, including Abdeslam. Hundreds of witnesses and victims will testify in the months to come, some still hopeful that telling the story of Belgium's worst peacetime massacre will offer them a measure of closure. (Photo by Olivier Matthys / POOL / AFP)
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