The 32-year-old man was sentenced on November 10 for the anti-Semitic murder of Mireille Knoll, who was in his eighties in 2018, and he appealed on Monday. Yacine Mihoub was tried with Alex Carrimbacus and his own mother and denied killing the victim.
Yacine Mihoub was sentenced to life imprisonment for the anti-Semitist murder of Mireille Knoll in 2018. AFP learned from his lawyer Me Charles Consigny on Monday that he confirmed the information from RTL and appealed the sentence.
On November 10, the Paris Circuit Court ruled that the 32-year-old man killed 85-year-old Mireille Knoll in Paris on March 23, 2018, with 11 stab wounds on his body and a 22-year sentence. This old lady who escaped the roundup of Vel D’hiv in 1942 is a neighbor of his mother’s apartment building, and he has had a special relationship with her since he was a child.
The court ruled that these facts took place in the “context of global anti-Semitism” and that “hatred due to the victim being a member of “Judaism” and the “belief that might hide wealth” contributed to the vicious character. In the victim’s residence .
He denies the fact
During the trial, Yacine Mihoub denied that he had killed Mireille Knoll.
His co-convict, 25-year-old Alex Carrimbacus, was found not guilty, but was sentenced to 15 years in prison and two-thirds of the security penalty for a serious theft victim. He also retained his anti-Semitist character and the increased vulnerability of Mireille Knoll, who became very weak due to Parkinson’s disease.
Zoulikha Khelaf, Yacine Mihoub’s mother, was sentenced to three years’ imprisonment, including one year under electronic surveillance at home. She was found guilty of destroying objects and cleaning up murder weapons.