French court finds 14 accomplices in Charlie Hebdo attack guilty

Fourteen people accused of helping organize a terrorist attack on the offices of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and a kosher supermarket in January 2015 were found guilty by a court on Wednesday, according to French media. However, the court rejected some terrorism-related charges sought by prosecutors against several of the defendants. Prosecutors have demanded prison time of between five years and life for the attackers, three of whom are being tried in absentia. The court has yet to announce the sentences of the convicted. One of the main defendants was Ali Riza Polat, who play…

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