The morality of the French judicial system has come under fire after a court ordered the state to pay €500 to the sole surviving perpetrator of the 2015 terrorist attacks over the violation of his privacy and detention conditions.

Placing Salah Abdeslam under constant surveillance before the adoption of the law which legalized such practice was deemed “illegal” by the Administrative Court of Versailles in March 2017, Le Figaro reported, citing the revelation in journalist Elsa Vigouroux’s book 'The Journal of Frank Berton.'

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