[Global Network Reporter Wang Zhantao] According to the French “European Times” on November 19, the French “Le Figaro” was reported, four high school students in the eastern French city of MULHOUSE were planning to build bombs and attacks. A police station was sentenced by the court on the 16th, and one of the adult leaders was sentenced to six years in prison.
At the time of the incident, 19-year-old Elmah •S was identified as the leader of the gang. This person was an Albanian citizen. He was granted the French Refugee Agency (OFPRA) after his family fled Albania. & rdquo; Refugee (an expanded form of refugee status) identity. After the Refugee Board cancelled his identity, he was very angry with the bureau. Elmacher & bull; S was sentenced to 6 years in prison. The other three defendants were sentenced to four to five years in prison and a probation of two years or so. The court also sentenced four people to accept social-judicial probation measures.
The report stated that the court’s decision on three minors was lighter than the prosecutor’s sentencing. One of the lawyers pointed out that the reason was that the three were “blindly” and “affected by the gang”, although they volunteered to take part in the action, but in the end, “the end of the snake”.