BCIJ Investigates Video Where Tourists Murder Suspects Pledge Allegiance to ISIS

Rabat – A statement from the public prosecutor at Rabat’s Court of Appeal said that Morocco’s Central Bureau of Judicial Investigation (BCIJ) is investigating whether the video of three people suspected of murdering two Scandinavian tourists is authentic.

A video that has gone viral on social media shows the four people suspected of murdering the two Scandinavian tourists near Toubkal Mount pledging allegiance to the so-called leader of ISIS Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi.

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In the video, one of the suspects expressed the group’s intention to carry out terror acts.

The investigations and technical intelligence found that “the published video was shot last week before the criminal acts in question were committed,” said the statement of the public prosecutor.

The statement emphasized that the investigations are underway under the supervision of the public prosecutor’s office to determine the motives and circumstances surrounding the crime.

The public prosecutor at Rabat’s Court of Appeal stated that the Central Bureau of Judicial Investigation of the General Directorate of Surveillance of the National Territory was charged with investigating the authenticity of a video shared on the social media showing four people, arrested as part of the investigation on the murder of two foreign tourists, pledging allegiance to the so-called Emir of “Daesh” and expressing their intention to carry out terrorist acts. The investigations and technical expertise found that the published video was shot last week before the criminal acts in question were committed. While reviewing the results of the investigation and technical expertise, the public prosecutor General stressed that the investigation with the suspects is underway under the supervision of the Public Prosecutor’s Office in order to reveal the real motives and circumstances surrounding this case.

 

Via:: MORROCO NEWS

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