Officer gets 15 years in Morocco because of lead criminal gang

The ' moqadem ' was the head of a criminal network.

Was a high-ranking official in Nador in Morocco, better known as moqadem, sentenced to 15 years in prison. According to the Moroccan Assabah, the man on trial for the counterfeiting of currency, identity papers and official documents. The man in question did this to the head of a criminal network where four others. Also they got prison sentences imposed.

The gang brought fake notes of 100 and 200 dirham in circulation with a total value of about 200,000 dirhams. The case came to light when injured parties declaration did and called for action. On the counterfeiting of currency only if hefty prison sentences in Morocco, judgments of about ten years for simple counterfeits are no exception.

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