New in the case of the murder of the two Scandinavians at Imlil. The investigating judge at the Salé trial court received the families of the two victims this week.
New twists in the case of the double homicide that rocked the Imlil region about two months ago. The investigating judge at the Salé trial court received the families of the two victims this week.
As part of the judicial investigation in this case, the embassies of Norway and Denmark have assigned a lawyer from Marrakesh to both Scandinavian families. He first met and listened to them before appearing before the judge.
Recall that a Swiss naturalized Spain citizen living in Morocco, named Kevin Zoller Cuervos, was arrested on December 29 for his alleged involvement in this heinous crime. The suspect is being prosecuted for “forming a gang to prepare and commit terrorist acts designed to seriously undermine state security, premeditated assistance to perpetrators of terrorist acts, training of persons to join a terrorist organization and apology for terrorism”.
Following the tragedy, fifteen people were arrested for terrorist acts, including the constitution of gang to prepare and commit terrorist acts, the attack on the life of people with premeditation, the participation in these acts with premeditation, the execution of savage acts to commit an act of crime.
Louisa Jespersen, a 24-year-old Danish, and Maren Ueland, a 28-year-old Norwegian woman, had traveled to the Imlil region to spend the end-of-year holidays and trekking. Their decapitated bodies were found on December 17, 2018, 10 kilometers from Imlil.