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Africa North
Algeria seeks death for 2007 attack suspects
[MAGHAREBIA] Algerian prosecutors on Thursday (January 17th) demanded death penalties for five defendants in the 2007 Algiers suicide kaboom trial, APS reported.

Several others charged in the case, including al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb leader Abdelmalik Droukdel,
... aka Abdel Wadoud, was a regional leader of the GSPC for several years before becoming the group's supremo in 2004 following the death of then-leader Nabil Sahraoui. Under Abdel Wadoud's leadership the GSPC has sought to develop itself from a largely domestic entity into a larger player on the international terror stage. In September 2006 it was announced that the GSPC had joined forces with al-Qaeda and in January 2007 the group officially changed its name to the Al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb....
are still on the lam.

The December 11, 2007 twin car kabooms on the UNHCR office in Hydra and the Constitutional Court in Ben Aknoun killed 26 people, including 17 UN workers, and injured 177.
Posted by:Fred

#2  Especially when the newly minted non-recidivists are cut down from the gallows...
Posted by: M. Murcek   2013-01-19 17:50  

#1  Hanging; not a catch and release program and it cuts down on recidivism.
Posted by: JohnQC   2013-01-19 10:28