- Salah Abdeslam goes to war against the French government because he does not want to be filmed 24 hours a day in the prison of Fleury-Merogis. The Belgian is the main suspect in the investigation into the deadly attacks in Paris on 13 November.
Abdeslam is six HD cameras heavily guarded, inter alia, to prevent him from committing suicide. The guards can see in detail what he's up to. Abdeslam's lawyer, Frank Berton, calls the filming of his client against the Gazet van Antwerpen 'a violation of his rights. '
The French MEP Thierry Solère visited the terror suspect prison two weeks ago and then described how he saw through surveillance video Abdeslam brushed his teeth and began to pray. There was a lot of noise because Solère found that Abdeslam had received a private gym.
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The terror suspect may have no contact in the prison. He's 23 hours a day in his cell. An hour a day he can take a walk on a secluded country estate where he can meet any other prisoners.
Wednesday the Marseille court shall decide on the complaint.