The mother of a spanish killed in Bataclan faces the defendants: Without weapons you are not anything

The Spanish Cristina Garrido, the mother of one of the 90 murdered in the Yihadist attack against the Paris Bataclan room on November 13, 2015, called the defen

The mother of a spanish killed in Bataclan faces the defendants: Without weapons you are not anything

The Spanish Cristina Garrido, the mother of one of the 90 murdered in the Yihadist attack against the Paris Bataclan room on November 13, 2015, called the defendants who sit on the bench at the bench.

"I hope that daily you will support about your awareness, all the pain that you have caused us to the victims," said Garrido, addressing the defendants present in court before the court of the criminal of Paris, during a particularly long statement that was prolonged for 53 minutes. .

The woman, who dedicated a good part of her speech to point out the pain that has caused her the death of her son, Juan Alberto González Garrido, said to them, "You cheat if you think you are brave."

"Without weapons you are not anything," he added before pointing out that "as long as I live, I will not forgive those responsible or the accomplices."

Among those who sit on the bench there is only one of the members of the commands committed by the attacks on that November 13, 2015 in Paris where 130 people and several more one more wounds, Salah Abdeslam were killed.

Cristina Garrido, dressed in rigorous black and who gave her assisted testimony at all times by her daughter, acknowledged that the sentence that comes out of this process that began on September 8 and must be prolonged until May "I will not return Juan Alberto ".

But, in spite of everything, he wants "a sentence according to the atrocities committed" and that "the condemned fulfill his sentence in prison."

He also said that the trial may clarify why the security forces did not act to avoid the massacre when, as he said, both the Bataclan shows room and the rock group acting that night, Eagles of Death Metal.

"I would like to know why people filed by radicalization are not watched more closely," he regretted, after emphasis that he should also be responsibilities among the authorities, something that is not among the court's competences.

The woman said in detail how the facts lived from the last telephone conversation he maintained the afternoon of attack with his son, a 29-year-old engineer who worked in Paris and who had married four months before, and with whom he planned to return to speak the next day.

"Starting at 10 o'clock at night that Friday life changed us completely," he said, before telling how he moved with several relatives to Paris the next morning and how in the afternoon the French authorities told them that the terrorists had killed him of a shot on the back.

Updated Date: 20 October 2021, 23:48

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