News – Justice | French jihadist Tyler Vilus sentenced to 30 years in prison

The jihadist Tyler Vilus, emir of the Islamic State group and figure of the French terrorist galaxy, was sentenced this Friday to 30 years in prison, together with a two-third security period, for crimes committed in Syria from 2013 to 2015.

The President explained to Tyler Vilus that the court had “decided not to impose a sentence of life imprisonment, which was possible”, the justice system having found him guilty of all the offenses, including the execution of two prisoners, but that she wanted to “give him a glimmer of hope” so that he could “evolve”.

This 30-year-old man now has twenty days to appeal this verdict.