an MRE simulates a funeral to escape justice in France

an MRE simulates a funeral to escape justice in France
an MRE simulates a funeral to escape justice in France

While his family thought they would allow him to escape French justice by organizing his false burial, by sending a death certificate obtained from the civil status service of the Hassan district of Rabat to the Assize Court of Paris , a businessman residing in Agdal finds himself in prison in Tamesna, Morocco, reports Assaba. He is accused of having killed a Franco-Tunisian in France on March 26, 2011. Not believing in the death of the accused, the Court sentenced him to 25 years in prison. In Morocco, his trial should soon open before the Criminal Chamber of First Instance in Rabat.

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The events took place on March 26, 2011. According to the accused, a fight broke out between the victim who was a drug trafficker and him. The first, according to him, wanted to kidnap his girlfriend. The accused says he fled to take refuge with one of his acquaintances in the suburbs of Paris, but the victim found his hideout. A new fight ensues. This time it ended with a fatal stabbing. A version which is, apparently, far from the truth. It appears from the complaint addressed to the Moroccan judicial and security authorities by their French counterparts that it was rather a dispute about a dog which took place on March 27, 2011. “The next day, the alleged culprit would go to the victim’s house to attack and kick him before fatally stabbing him,” it is reported.

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After committing this homicide, the suspect fled to Morocco via the Tangier Med port. His mother, who is abroad, told him that the victim’s parents were driven by a feeling of revenge. He also learned that his case had been referred to the Paris Assize Court. To escape French justice, he then obtained a death certificate from the Hassan district of Rabat. In Morocco, the investigation by authorities revealed that the accused had bribed a police officer to find out whether his name was being sought by the police.

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