A suspect, his face covered with a scarf, is apprehended by armed Belgian police in Molenbeek, near Brussels, Belgium, in this still image taken from video shot on March 18, 2016. REUTERS/iTele via Reuters TV
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The only suspected participant in Nov. 13 Paris attacks to be captured alive has been cooperating with police investigators and is "worth his weight in gold," his lawyer said Monday.Salah Abdeslam's lawyer Sven Mary said Abdeslam, who is fighting extradition to France, was now fully cooperating with investigators.French investigator Francois Molins told a news conference in Paris Saturday that Abdeslam, a French citizen born and raised in Brussels, admitted to investigators he had wanted to blow himself up along with others at the Stade de France on the night of the attack claimed by Daesh (ISIS); but he later backed out.As the only suspected participant or planner of the Paris attack in police custody, Abdeslam would be seen by investigators as a possible major source of information on others involved, in support networks, finance and links with Daesh in Syria.
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