The teacher was beheaded. The students received a suspended sentence

Six students involved in the infamous murder of Samuel Paty have been given suspended prison sentences.

In 2020, a shocking crime took place in France. On the outskirts of Paris, an attacker with a knife attacked and beheaded a teacher. The teacher was murdered by 18-year-old Abdullah Anzorov.

According to Reuters sources, witnesses heard the attacker shouting “Allahu Akbar” or “God is the greatest.” He was shot during a police operation.

Paty was murdered for showing a caricature of Mohammed during a lesson on freedom of expression.

The students were convicted. Suspended sentences

Six teenagers are involved in the case: one girl and five boys. Some of them worked with Anzarov and would also receive money from him for their help. One of the boys, who was 15 years old at the time, was sentenced to two years in prison, of which 18 months were suspended. For six months he wore an electronic sensor in the form of a bracelet.

It was this 15-year-old who contacted Anzorov and told him about Paty’s appearance and the route he took to school. Moreover, the boy collaborated with the killer – he observed Paty with him for at least several hours.

The remaining four teenagers were sentenced to 14 to 18 months in prison with a three-year suspension and re-education measures.

In turn, the girl, who was only 13 years old at the time of the tragic events, was sentenced to an 18-month suspended prison sentence. During the investigation, it turned out that she was not present during the fateful lesson when Paty showed the caricature, but she insulted her father to the teacher. She told him in detail what the situation in the classroom was like, and in the following days the man harassed Paty on social media.

Paty’s family is outraged by the verdict

The son of the murdered teacher believes that the teenagers are responsible for the death of Samuel Paty and if they had not cooperated with Anzorow, the tragedy would not have occurred.

The teacher’s family also makes no secret of their outrage at such a low punishment. – This is a difficult judgment for the family. There is disappointment, anger, misunderstanding. This is a bad signal for the family and the students, says the family’s lawyer, Virginie Le Roy.

Source: Do Rzeczy