Shaina’s brother murdered in Creil in 2019called on President Emmanuel Macron on Friday to break “the guilty silence” in the face of the situation “of the girls in our neighborhoods”, expressing his “anger” after teen ex-boyfriend’s conviction to 18 years in prison.
“I am angry (…) A deep anger, which will never leave me”, writes the eldest brother of the teenager, Yasin Hansye, in an open letter to the President of the Republic, posted on his Twitter account, promising to fight for “things to change”.
The sentencing of Shaïna’s ex-boyfriend to 18 years’ imprisonment, pronounced on June 10 by the ize court for minors of the Oise, became final on Wednesday, neither the convicted person nor the prosecution having appealed. The young man, 17 years old at the time of the events, was convicted of having lured Shaïna, 15, probably pregnant with him, into a shed to stab her and then burn her alive.
“My anger is intact”
“He didn’t confess. The verdict has been rendered. He taunted me. And no one called. He will come out of prison before his 35th birthday at worst, but probably long before,” says Yasin Hansye. “My anger is intact, but not my confidence anymore. Every day, I tell myself that I should have avenged her, because the judicial machine was seized up that day, “continues the young man, who also denounces dysfunctions during the complaint filed by Shaïna for “gang ” , two years before his ination.
“At that time, we believed in the Republic”, he ures us, but “the doctors found that she undressed easilythe policewoman (…) estimated that she showed no emotion “. In this first case, four young men were sentenced on appeal to suspended prison terms for “ ault”.
“It’s not too late” for “all these teenage girls (…) from our neighborhoods who no longer dare to love, who no longer dare to speak, afraid of ending up like my sister, because their attackers don’t will be more afraid,” wrote his brother.
On Thursday, the family’s lawyer, Negar Haeri, had deplored in a press release that the prosecution had not appealed this sentence, which was much lower than the 30 years of imprisonment he had requested. ” THE violence against women remain a subsidiary matter,” she said. In France, according to official figures, a woman dies every three days from the violence of her spouse or ex-spouse.