In France ended the trial of a radical Islamist cell «Cannes-Torcy», named for the cities in which lived most of its members.
The cell is engaged in, among other things, the recruitment of volunteers to travel to Syria and attacks on the territory of France, was defeated by law enforcement in late 2012, after the attack on a Jewish supermarket in the Paris suburb of Sarcelles.
In the explosion of a grenade thrown by a member of the cell in the store were injured one person. More casualties were avoided due to the fact that the grenade rolled under the truck, which took the greater part of the fragments.
The leader of the group, Jeremy Louis-Sidney, was shot during arrest attempt in Strasbourg.
Of the 20 arrested members of the cell 18 people received prison sentences. Including the grenade thrower Jeremy Bailey was sentenced to 28 years and helped him Kevin Fan by the age of 18.
The members of the group had time to visit in Syria, was sentenced to 14-20 years in prison. One of them, Ibrahim Budina, returned from Syria with the aim of organizing the terrorist attack on the Cote d’azur.
Several members of the cell have got prison sentences from 1 year.
According to the website TheLocal.fr most members of the cell belong to the well-provided families, around half of them Muslim converts.