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Imlil Murders: What decided justice

The Criminal Chamber for Terrorism Affairs at the annex of the Court of Appeal in Salé has postponed, on Thursday, to 16 May the examination of the case of the murder of the two Scandinavian tourists in the region of Imlil in the provinces of El Haouz, in which are pursued 24 individuals, says one judicial source.

The defendants, including a national with dual Swiss and Spanish nationality, are prosecuted in particular for “forming a band to prepare and commit terrorist acts, harming the life of persons with premeditation, possession of firearms and attempt to manufacture of explosives in violation of the law as part of a collective project aimed at causing serious harm to public order”.

As part of investigations carried out after the discovery of the dead bodies of two foreign tourists in the region of Imlil, the Central Bureau of Judicial Investigations (BCIJ) under the Directorate-General for National Territorial Surveillance, announced that it had stopped accused persons, in collaboration with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and National Security.

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