Osama Krayem and Sofien Ayari are suspected of having been the ” dutch commando of the attacks of November 13, 2015, in Paris. Monday June 20 and Wednesday June 22 during the trial of these attacks, their lawyers endeavored to dismantle this accusation.
From our special correspondent at the Paris courthouse,
” If silence is a right, it cannot, it must not benefit them “, had estimated the national anti-terrorism prosecution in its indictment about Osama Krayem and Sofien Ayari. The two men haven’t spoken for months. The first had assert their right to silence barely three months after the start of the hearing, even refusing for a long time to attend. the second had followed suit in March.
This silence is not the only similarity between the two men. Both left in 2014 to swell the ranks of the Islamic State organization in Syria, where they were injured, Osama Krayem and Sofien Ayari left together the following year to reach Germany via the migrant route. Then Brussels in a car driven by Salah Abdeslam. And on the evening of November 13, 2015, it was still together that they took the bus to Amsterdam airport, from the Belgian capital.