And Justice for All

MARTIN BUREAU/AFP

The life sentences handed down last week to two Algerian Islamic extremists behind the 1995 bombing campaign on the Paris Métro — killing eight and injuring over 200 — closed a long and traumatic chapter for many victims and their families. But for Françoise Rudetzki, the result merely signaled a brief pause in her ongoing struggle to ensure that those injured or bereaved by terrorism get not only justice, but also the recognition, assistance, and dignity they deserve to carry on with their lives. With the month-long Paris trial now over, Rudetzki and her SOS Attentats (SOS Attacks) association face a...

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