According to sources, the services of the Central Bureau of Judicial Investigation (BCIJ) have discovered surprising details about the case of the murder of the two Scandinavian women in the region of Imlil.
The terrorist cell, which also includes an imam and ex-military, was planning a series of attacks against tourists, churches, Jewish mausoleums, festivals and personalities, report sources. Among these figures is André Azoulay, advisor to King Mohammed VI whose property in Marrakesh was to be burned.
Also concerned by this threat, Mohamed Ben Abderrahmane El Maghraoui, Salafist “moderate”, qualified as “servant of the disbelievers”, which was to be decapitated, specifies the same sources.
Also Kevin Zoller-Guervos, a Swiss-born Spaniard specialized in recruiting Sub-Saharan migrants for the “cause” and paramilitary training in paintball clubs.