Moroccan convicted of terror attack in Spain is released

The convicted Hamid Ahmidan, who placed the explosives at the terrorist attack in Spain on 11 March 2004, will be released from prison on March 21.

This is ten days after the attack 13 years ago, taken place. At the bomb blast in the 191 people killed and 4 trains were 1857 there were wounded.

Originally from the Moroccan Tanger was sentenced to 23 years in prison but according to the Spanish newspaper "El Español ' has the Supreme Court later reduced the sentence to 10 years, reports Moroccoworldnews.

Hamid's cousin, Jamal Ahmida, was the leader of the Group that the 13 bombs in trains on the day of the attack in Madrid. By their confidential relationship had the convicted terrorist a very important role in these risky attack that the Grand is in the history of Spain.  Besides the fact that he the explosives hidden loved, he guarded the House where the Group made the explosives.

Judicial authorities gave to ' El Spanjol " common that Ahmidan currently sentence in an Austrian prison. The Government will still decide whether to his homeland Morocco will be turned off. This on the basis of article 57 of the foreign policy, which States that "every person who is convicted of a crime that Spain harms, in or outside Spain, and has a longer sentence than 1 year, can be deported back to the country of origin ".

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