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Update: Prosecutor Says That Suspect Backed Out of Being Paris Suicide Bomber

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"...Abdeslam told Belgian officials that he had 'wanted to blow himself up at the Stade de France' on Nov. 13 but that he backed out at the last minute."

Salah Abdeslam (Belgium Federal Police via AP)

BRUSSELS (AP) — After a bullet in the leg ended his four-month flight from the law, Salah Abdeslam started a legal fight Saturday against his extradition from Belgium to France, where the president and the families of 130 victims want the top suspect in the Paris attacks to stand trial.

In Paris, prosecutor Francois Molins said during an interrogation session on Saturday that Abdeslam told Belgian officials that he had "wanted to blow himself up at the Stade de France" on Nov. 13 but that he backed out at the last minute. Molins did not say what caused the 26-year-old purportedly to change his mind.

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