Man who survived Paris attacks sues French media for damages

A man who hid from the men who attacked the office of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in January, is suing the French media for revealing where he was hiding.

Lilian Lepere hid under a sink for eight hours after the men opened fire on the printing shop where he worked in the Paris suburb.

The men, Said and Cherif Kouachi, had killed 12 people in the Charlie Hebdo office the day before, and were killed later on in this shop.

Lepere said that his life had been placed in danger when his whereabouts were revealed on television and radio.

 

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