Paris Terror Attack Mastermind BOOED by Radical Muslims for still being Alive!

As if you needed more evidence of the bloodthirsty nature of radical Islam, radicalized Muslims in France have just provided that proof for you.

Paris terror attack mastermind Salah Abdeslam was transferred to France from Belgium last week, and his arrival to the Fleury-Mérogis prison was not exactly the warm reception he may have hoped. Apparently, Abdeslam’s fellow imprisoned Muslims were not happy that he, the “mastermind” of a terrorist attack, was still alive after the attack was carried out!

As the monstrous Muslim radical was led down the halls of the prison, he was whistled and jeered at by his fellow extremist inmates who have marked him as a coward after he failed to detonate his own suicide vest during the Paris attack.

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His lawyer wasn’t any kinder, while speaking of his client lawyer Sven Mary said, ‘He is the perfect example of the GTA (Grand Theft Auto video game) generation who thinks he lives in a video game. I asked him if he had read the Koran, and he replied that he had looked up what it meant on the Internet.’ Mary went on to describe Abdeslam as the “moron from Molenbeek” with “the intelligence of an ashtray.” (Ouch.)

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Abdeslam will probably have quite a bit of time to get used to the catcalling and the abuse from his fellow inmates because he’s likely to receive a max sentence from the French courts. Investigators have a plethora of evidence against Abdeslam and will likely be looking for the maximum penalty in an effort to gain some semblance of justice for the families of the 130 dead and hundreds more who were injured in the Paris attacks.

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