On the eve of the opening of the historic trial of the November 13 attacks, a Belgian journalist revealed that she had interviewed Salah Abdeslam, the only survivor of the commando, while he was returning to Belgium on the night of the tragedy.
It’s an amazing story, to say the least, that comes from Belgium. While Wednesday September 8 will open the historic trial of the attacks of November 13, the Belgian press reveals that the only survivor of the commando, Salah Abdeslam, was interviewed on the occasion of a micro-sidewalk the night of 13 to November 14, while returning from Paris to Belgium by road.
On his return journey, Salah Abdeslam was therefore checked by the police on several occasions, with his two accomplices. But Salah Abdeslam had not yet been identified by investigators. Randomly questioned by a Belgian journalist from RTBF for a report on the control measures put in place just after the attacks, the individuals agreed to answer. “Third check”, “we found that a little bit abusive, but we understood the meaning a little bit”, “after we knew the why”, we hear in the audio extract. In the eavesdropping that the police had put in place before proceeding to his arrest four months later in Brussels (Belgium), Salah Abdeslam himself boasted of having been interviewed at the border.