Lawyer of Paris attack suspect Salah Abdeslam to sue French prosecutor for breach of client’s confidentiality


Salah Abdeslam, the last remaining suspect of the Paris Terror Attacks was captured by police in Brussels on Friday, and his lawyer says they will sue the French Prosecutor for breach of Salah’s confidentiality.

French prosecutor Francois Molins revealed during a media briefing that Salah confessed he had planned to blow up his suicide vest in the stadium but later changed his mind, a statement Salah’s lawyer Sven Mary claims is a breach of her client’s confidentiality.
He told Belgian public broadcaster RTBF that Mr Molins’ comments at a news conference were “a violation… I cannot let it go unchallenged”. I cannot let this pass.”
Abdeslam is believed to have fled shortly after the November attacks, returning to the Molenbeek district of Brussels. He is being held at a high-security jail in Belgium. Investigators hope his arrest will lead to more ISIS members arrest after investigation is carried out.


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