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Mohammed Merah shot three French soldiers in Toulouse and Montauban in 2012. He also opened fire to people in a Jewish school in Toulouse, where three children and a man found death. The police shot him later.
Prosecutors had demanded a lifetime for Abdelkader. They accused him of helping his brother prepare for the deadly shootings, but the judge freed him from involvement in the murders. Abdelkader claimed to be innocent.
Another suspect got 14 years of cell. He would have been involved in supplying a weapon, bulletproof vest and ammunition to the shooter.