2014 shot and killed four people at the Jewish Museum in Brussels. Now that The guilty-spoken Frenchman has to go to prison for life. It was the first stop in Europe was not attributed to the IS.
In the process after the attack on the Jewish Museum in Brussels, Frenchman Mehdi Nemmouche has been sentenced to life imprisonment. A court in the Belgian capital, announced the sentencing late in the evening, after he had found a twelve-member Jury last week on all charges guilty. Nemmouches accomplice Nacer Bendrer, had supplied him with weapons for the attack, was sentenced to 15 years in prison.
In the attack on 24. May 2014 in the Jewish Museum in the centre of Brussels, an Israeli tourist couple, a French woman and a Belgian were shot and killed. Almost a week later, investigators Nemmouche arrested in the South of France. He was later extradited to Belgium. At the time of his arrest, Nemmouche had a Kalashnikov assault rifle, which was wrapped in the flag of the terrorist group ISIS, which is now called "Islamic state" (IS). According to the investigators, he fought before in Syria.