'Grandson thinks rocket took away daddy after Bataclan attack’
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'Grandson thinks rocket took away daddy after Bataclan attack’

The father of a Bataclan attack victim has told BBC Radio 5 live about the impact his son's death has had on him and his five-year-old grandson.

On November 13th, 2015, gunmen and suicide bombers launched a co-ordinated assault on different venues across Paris, killing 130 people.

Married father of one, Stéphane Albertini was killed on a night with his cousin to watch the band Eagles of Death Metal.

His father Jean-Pierre Albertini told Emma Barnett that he grandson doesn't understand how his father died or why.

"He was told by his mother that there was an explosion and that his father was sent in a rocket to a star."

  • 11 Nov 2016
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