Belgium reports 'Sometimes NATO Ally' Turkey traded ParisAttacks linked terror convict with ISIS. (LaLibre)[GoogleTranslated].
Yassine Lachiri, a Belgian sentenced to 20 years in prison for terrorism late July in Brussels, was delivered to the Islamic State (IS) by Turkey traded for hostages, report Sudpresse titles Thursday.
The federal prosecutor did not confirm the trade, but stated that it had information to that effect.
Belgium demanded his extradition last year. Yassine Lachiri, deemed close to the coordinator of the attacks in Paris on 13 November Abaaoud Abdelhamid was arrested in Mersin (Turkey) in March 2015. He then accompagnied Julie B. out territories under the control of IA.
Sentenced in absentia to twenty years in prison July 29, 2015 by the Brussels Criminal Court in the trial of a Jihadist thread, Yassine Lachiri was the subject of an extradition request from Belgium since announcement of his arrest in Belgium.
According to information from Sudpresse, the terrorist, who officiated as Bomb maker in the IS, was traded by Turkey against several hostages. Read the full story here. (French).
PT - Aberkan's son Yassine Lachiri got 20 years - partly due to earlier conviction for manslaughter on drugs (10/11) pic.twitter.com/qgzqmNOzOZ— Guy Van Vlierden (@GuyVanVlierden) July 30, 2015