Barbarians appeal sentence in anti-semitic kidnapping, torture and murder case

A Paris court is hearing the appeal of 18 people convicted in the 2006 kidnapping, torture and murder of a young French Jew.

One who’s not appealing is Gang leader Youssouf Fofana, who chose not to appeal his conviction and life sentence.

‘People’ is a big word for a gang of criminals who refer to themselves — appropriately — as Barbarians.

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