Un "provocateur" défend Nemmouche

Me Sébastien Courtoy assume ce qualificatif. Mais ce baroudeur n’a pas que des amis.

Jean-Claude Matgen
20140730 - BRUSSELS, BELGIUM: Lawyer Sebastien Courtoy arrives for the appearance of Mehdi Nemmouche, suspect in the shooting at the Jewish museum in Brussels, before the examining magistrate in Brussels, after he was extradited to Belgium, Wednesday 30 July 2014, in Brussels. On Saturday May 24th 204, four people were killed during a shooting at the museum. Two of them were Israeli tourists and the others worked and volunteered at the museum. BELGA PHOTO LAURIE DIEFFEMBACQ
20140730 - BRUSSELS, BELGIUM: Lawyer Sebastien Courtoy arrives for the appearance of Mehdi Nemmouche, suspect in the shooting at the Jewish museum in Brussels, before the examining magistrate in Brussels, after he was extradited to Belgium, Wednesday 30 July 2014, in Brussels. On Saturday May 24th 204, four people were killed during a shooting at the museum. Two of them were Israeli tourists and the others worked and volunteered at the museum. BELGA PHOTO LAURIE DIEFFEMBACQ ©BELGA
Medhi Nemmouche, l’auteur présumé de l’attentat contre le Musée juif de Belgique, à Bruxelles, fin mai, est, on le sait, défendu par deux avocats controversés, Me Sébastien Courtoy, 39 ans, qui s’est spécialisé dans la défense de djihadistes et d’islamistes...

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