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    Philippe El Shennawy, 59 ans, est sorti de prison, centre pénitencier de Fresnes, en liberté conditionnelle, le 24 janvier 2014 au matin. Il était attendu par sa femme, Martine et son avocat. C’était le plus ancien détenu français, notamment condamné pour plusieurs braquages et évasions. Fresnes, France.

    Philippe El Shennawy is greeted by his wife Martine after being released from Fresnes prison near Paris on January 24, 2014, following 38 years of incarceration. 60-year-old Philippe El Shennawy ceased being France longest held inmate. First locked up in 1975 prisoner no. 969912, dubbed the « eternal inmate » by prison officials, has spent most of the past 38 years of his life behind bars. After two escapes and having racked up 13 convictions, he had a parole date for some time in 2032 to look forward to. He would have been 78. But after a lengthy campaign for freedom, French President François Hollande granted him a pardon in March 2013.
    © Nicolas Messyasz / Abaca Press