Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam will get the opportunity to cooperate with the French authorities, since a court ruled on Thursday that he will be extradited. It is unclear whether that means he will rat out his ISIS terror-associates, since he expressed a desire to work with officials. Abdeslam was arrested after a months-long manhunt, and he’ll reportedly be questioned by a Belgian prosecutor Thursday at the facility in Bruges, Belgium, where he is being held. French prosecutors filed a request for his transfer after his arrest. Abdeslam has allegedly admitted to being in Paris on the night of Nov. 13, when 130 were killed in an ISIS terrorist attack. He’s reportedly told officials that he fled to Brussels instead of carrying out a suicide mission that night.