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Paris attack suspect invokes silence for third time with judge to protest 24-hour surveillance

Paris attack suspect invokes silence for third time with judge to protest 24-hour surveillance

The only surviving suspect in last November's attack on Paris refused to speak to a judge Thursday for a third time in protest of the 24-hour video surveillance he is subjected to in his prison cell.

Salah Abdeslam's lawyer, Frank Berton, said the judge repeatedly asked questions to no avail on Thursday.

Berton said Abdeslam wasn't obligated to explain his silence but "obviously" it's linked to the constant surveillance.

Authorities hope Abdeslam can provide information about the Islamic State group's strategies and networks, and identify others who might have had a connection to the Nov. 13 attacks, which killed 130 people. The same network that...

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