DGSN investigates smuggling operation that was facilitated by police officer on airport
The judicial police in Casablanca has, under the supervision of the public prosecutor, a criminal investigation opened to a police inspector on the Mohammed V International Airport for his alleged involvement in faking documents and facilitating illegal immigration, reported the Directorate General of national security (DGSN).
The statement explains that the authorities at the airport suspected that the police officer was complicit in the case by an entry stamp on two forged Italian passports. This falsified passports were in the possession of twin sisters with the Pakistani nationality, with the goal of making their illegal trip to Europe, said in the statement the DGSN
The judicial police of Casablanca is charged with prosecuting the judicial investigation procedures in this case and carry out all necessary investigations to all the ins and outs of this case.