ISIS fanatic Salah Abdeslam says it ‘will be an injustice’ if he is convicted over Bataclan attack

The final surviving member of the group of ISIS fanatics who terrorized Paris with a string of attacks in November 2015 has begged for clemency on the final day of his trial, saying he is not ‘a murderer’. 

Salah Abdeslam, 32, told the court he had apologised for his actions and to convict him of murder would be an ‘injustice’.

The five judges overseeing the trial into the attacks, which took place at multiple locations across the city including in the Bataclan concert hall, headed to a…

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