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In France to life imprisonment sentenced Mehdi Namusa who killed four people at the Jewish Museum of Brussels in 2014. It is reported by RTBF.
A French citizen of Algerian origin was found guilty in murders “in a terrorist context” on March 7. Directly the verdict was debated for eight hours and was made in the night of Tuesday, March 12. It is noted that before the trial Board was removed for discussion, Nemmush said: “Life goes on”. The lawyers intend to appeal the verdict, as decided by the convicted individuals themselves.
With the shooter’ve sentenced his accomplice Nasser Bodrero. The man previously pleaded guilty to the supply of weapons, was sentenced to imprisonment for 15 years.
The shooting at the Jewish Museum of Brussels, was opened on 24 may 2014. At the scene immediately killed three — a citizen of France and a married couple from Israel. Later in the hospital died four people — a Museum employee, who was in a coma.
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