Roschdy Zem after six years of proceedings, his brother Abdel, sentenced to 15 years in prison!

It is a verdict that caused a stir in the media. This Saturday, March 4, 2023, Abdel Zamzem, ex-husband of the Franco-Algerian singer Souad Massi and brother of Roschdy Zem was sentenced to 15 years of criminal imprisonment as specified The world. Six years ago, the main interested party tried to murder his two daughters at his family home located in Bouc-Bel-Air in the Bouches-du-Rhône. As asserted Purepeoplethe latter would have acted by “revenge” after his divorce.

“I will make you pay dearly and all of this will end. You will understand the meaning of the word suffer”, would have dropped Abdel Zamzem to his ex-girlfriend – who at the time of the events was in Paris. In the midst of the turmoil, Abdel Zamzem also wanted to commit suicide. Alerted, Souad Massi quickly contacted the authorities so that they could intervene.

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“I have no excuse to come to this…”

At the scene, the emergency services then discovered the inert body of Abdel Zamzem on the ground floor. His veins are slashed… Upstairs, the police find the two daughters of the ex-lovers almost unconscious. Asphyxiated by gas due to a carboy hidden behind an armchair, their father also made them swallow a strong dose of barbiturates. Roschdy Zem’s brother had also spilled 40 liters of oil to set their house on fire. Fortunately, he was unable to carry out this finely orchestrated plan.

After his custody, Abdel Zamzem was placed in pre-trial detention for eight months before being released under judicial supervision. As a bonus, he was forbidden to approach his two children. During his hearing, the accused confirmed that he wanted to end it while taking his offspring with him. “I decide on a way to leave. At first, I only thought of myself. And then things evolved slowly. confided the latter, with a heavy heart. “I thought I’d take the girls. (…) I recognize everything from A to Z. (…) I have no excuse to come to this. But I didn’t try to set the fire. Never.” According to 20 minutes, Abdel Zamzem’s lawyers have the firm intention of appealing.


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