May he be condemned à maximum sentence or not, during the trial of his escape from Réau prison, in 2018, Rédoine Faïd knows it: he cannot be released. before at least September… 2046.
The time of the verdict has arrived for Rédoine Faïd. This Wednesday, October 25, 2023, at the end of seven weeks of trial relating to his extraordinary escape, which saw the famous robber be exfiltrated. by helicopter on July 1, 2018 from R&eac;au prison, based in Seine-et-Marne, the court must deliver its verdict this Wednesday "" from 5 p.m. However, it has not yet been released. announced. As a reminder, the prosecution requested 22 years of criminal imprisonment against the man nicknamed the "king of beauty", Rédoine Faïd é ;cidivist.
However, let him be condemned. or not this Wednesday, Rédoine Faïd will not be released before September…2046! Today aged If he is 51 years old, this would mean that whatever happens, he will not be able to leave prison before he is 74 years old. A calculation which should not help Rédoine Faïd to cure his unquenchable desire for freedom. So, at Unless he attempts another escape, the robber will have to wait or count on possible sentence modifications, due to poor health. more fragile in the years to come. It is also possible that the robber may never regain his freedom again. and die behind bars.
What sentence for the co-accused?
Alongside Rédoine Faïd during this trial, no less than 11 co-accused were also accused. judged. Among them, two of his brothers: Rachid, 65, against whom 18 years in prison were sentenced. required. He admitted have been à board the helicopter and have sawn it. the bars of the parlor where Rédoine Faïd was there during the escape. On the other hand, the acquittal was claimed for his brother Brahim, 63, who ensured just being in the visiting room at the wrong time with his brother and not having been not informed of anything else. The same goes for the "landlady", Alima A., who would have found herself at home. shelter the robber and his accomplices during their run. The prosecution estimated that that she had "also been “hostage taking”. Three nephews of Rédoine Faïd are also accused. Sentences of 4, 10 and 15 years in prison were imposed. requested, one of them having found himself in particular à on board the helicopter.