Yesterday, Israellycool contributor Inara posted how the French Supreme Court of Appeal ruled that Kobili Traoré, who killed his elderly Jewish neighbour Sarah Halimi whilst shouting “Allahu Akbar” and “I have killed the shaitan” (devil in Arabic), is ineligible to stand trial because he was under the influence of cannabis and therefore not criminally responsible for his actions.
Here is another story for you, in case you wanted to give the French court the benefit of the doubt:
Marseille: dog thrown from the 4th floor, the author sentenced to one year in prison
The man, drunk and on cocaine, who killed his neighbor’s dog by throwing it out of the window was sentenced to prison. He was imprisoned awaiting trial.
The 51-year-old Marseillais, accused of having thrown his neighbor’s dog out of the 4th floor window on New Year’s Eve, was sentenced on February 10. He was sentenced to two years in prison, one of which was suspended.
He is prohibited from keeping an animal and representing himself in his old neighborhood.
Pending his trial, the man had been taken into custody, his request for release under judicial supervision having been refused.
The assailant had told the police that he remembered nothing. The first hearing, scheduled for January 27, had to be postponed because of the lawyers’ strike.
Communication from the Departmental Directorate of Public Security of Bouches-du-Rhône claims to be particularly attentive and sensitive to violence committed against animals.
It is lovely how they are “particularly attentive and sensitive to violence committed against animals.” Jews? Not so much.
Hat tip: Yochi