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Outrage as France’s highest court rules a killer cannot be tried because he was high on cannabis

Sarah Halimi, pictured, was killed and thrown from her balcony by Kobili Traore (right) in April 2017 while the drug dealer was suffering a cannabis-fueled psychotic episode

‘Screamed Allahu Akbar While Throwing A Jewish Woman From Her Balcony To Her Death’

By DARREN BOYLE

FOR MAILONLINE

France’s top court will not prosecute a Muslim man who shouted ‘Allahu Akbar’ as he allegedly pushed a Jewish woman from the balcony of her apartment block because he was too high on cannabis to be held criminally responsible.

The Court of Cassation’s Supreme Court of Appeals upheld a previous ruling that the defendant, Kobili Traore, cannot be held criminally responsible for the killing of Jewish woman Sarah Halimi in Paris in April 2017 because he was in a psychotic state due to smoking up to 15 cannabis joints a day.

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