PARIS – The Venezuelan guerrillastrijder Ilich Ramírez Sánchez, better known as Carlos the Jackal, is sentenced to life imprisonment. The court in Paris saw the French media is no reason that the sentence in appeal to to fit. That ruling came after only two hours of deliberation.
Carlos the Jackal
The left-wing terrorist, who was responsible for the hostage in the headquarters of OPEC in 1975, and numerous attacks, was for many years one of the most searched persons. He was in 1994 extradited to France and was due to multiple murder in three different cases to life imprisonment.
Carlos threw in 1974, in a hand grenade inside a drugstore in a shopping center on the Champs Elysées. Two people were killed, 34 were wounded. Before he got in march last year for the third time to life imprisonment. That is now confirmed in appeal. The now 68-year-old offender was missing Thursday in the courthouse.