More details to follow. But word from Paris is that the court dismissed charges against Philippe Karsenty today.
Dr Richard Landes is following the story, and has a post this morning: Muhammad al Durah Decision Today
Today the French court of appeals comes down with its decision. The outcome, whiich we will know in hours is, alas, unpredictable. Were the court’s decision based entirely on the evidence — as it should be — the decision would be clear. Philippe Karsenty had a dozen excellent reasons for accusing France2 and Charles Enderlin of presenting their viewing pulbic with staged footage, whether they knew it at the time or not. But past experience with the French courts suggests that decisions do not necessarily derive from the evidence alone. Hence the uncertainty.
For those who want to examine some of the msjor evidence upon which the court is, in principle, basing its decision, they can conslut here
Go to his blog and review the videos.
Also don’t miss yesterday’s podcast.
More on this later today.