Moroccan soldiers to help smugglers punished

In Morocco have recently ten soldiers convicted by the military court because they intentionally caused disturbances in radars.

These radars are in the Moroccan Sahara and must combat smugglers. The soldiers who must monitor them, however, fell for the bribes from the drug traffickers. The Tribunal of the Royal Netherlands Army spoke out last Thursday and that was not tender, write Assabah today. They helped especially foreign smugglers.

The soldiers are found guilty of violation of military instructions. Five main suspects each received five years imprisonment while the other perpetrators received sentences ranging from two to three years. The case came four months ago when officials found traces of infiltration and smuggling in vehicles which were employed in the region.

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