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    This is a well known case, although it took me some time to find the video. It gets deleted almost everywhere but it can be found on several gore websites. And now it can be found on here as well. I consider this a gore classic, because it’s well known and a popular video for gore watchers and regular internet lurkers to look up.

    On December 2018, the bodies of Louisa Vesterager and Maren Ueland were found decapitated in the foothills of Mount Toubkal near the village of Imlil in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. Louisa was a 24-year-old Danish woman, Maren was a 28-year-old Norwegian woman.

    On the morning of 17 December a group of hikers found the bodies of the two young women. A suspect named Abderrahim Khayali was apprehended because he left his ID in the tent they left behind. (Seriously.. how can you forget about that after committing a damn murder..) Three additional suspects, Abdessamad Ejjoud, Rachid Afatti and Younes Ouaziyad, were later apprehended by the police while riding on a bus. The three suspects were in possession of bladed weapons. Abdessamad was presumed to be the leader of the group. A week before the murders the four men shot a video of themselves where they pledged allegiance to ISIS. In the video of the killings the men are heard saying: “enemies of Allah” and “revenge for our brothers.” The men were planning to murder foreign tourists or security services. They settled for the foreign tourists. It is said they chose these two women because they were traveling without a tour guide, whereas the other tourists they had their sight on were with tour guides.

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    Morocco sentences three to death for murder of Scandinavian tourists

    Morocco sentences three to death for murder of Scandinavian tourists

    The defendants had asked God for forgiveness during their final statements at a packed courtroom in Sale, near the capital Rabat, following an 11-week trial of 24 suspects.

    His expressionless face framed by a beard and a traditional kufi cap, alleged ringleader Abdessamad Ejjoud appealed to God to "forgive" him.

    The 25-year-old street vendor and underground imam has confessed to orchestrating the attack with two other radicalised Moroccans last December.

    He and two others admitted to killing 24-year-old Danish student Louisa Vesterager Jespersen and 28-year-old Norwegian Maren Ueland in murders that shocked the North African country.

    Prosecutors and social media users had called for the death penalty for all three, despite Morocco having a de facto freeze on executions since 1993.

    Younes Ouaziyad, a 27-year-old carpenter who admitted to beheading one of the tourists, also asked for "God's forgiveness".

    "There is no god but God," said the third alleged assailant 33-year-old Rachid Afatti, who has admitted to filming the grisly murders on his mobile phone.


    Journalists had gathered outside the anti-terrorist court ahead of the ruling.

    "We expect sentences that match the cruelty of the crime," lawyer Khaled El Fataoui, speaking for Jespersen's family, told AFP.

    Helle Petersen, her mother, in a letter read out in court last week, said: "The most just thing would be to give these beasts the death penalty they deserve."

    Ueland's family had declined to take part in the trial.

    The prosecution has called for jail terms of between 15 years and life for the 21 other defendants on trial since May 2.

    The court sentenced Kevin Zoller Guervos, a Spanish-Swiss convert to Islam, to 20 years for joining a "terrorist group".

    The only non-Moroccan in the group, Guervos was accused of having taught the main suspects how to use an encrypted messaging service and to use weapons.

    His lawyer, Saad Sahli, said Guervos had cut all ties with the other suspects "once he knew they had extremist ideas" more than 18 months ago.

    'Bloodthirsty monsters'

    All but three of those on trial had said they were supporters of the Islamic State group, according to the prosecution, although IS itself has never claimed responsibility for the murders.

    The three killers of the women were "bloodthirsty monsters", the prosecution said, pointing out that an autopsy report had found 23 injuries on Jespersen's decapitated body and seven on that of Ueland.

    Ejjoud had confessed at a previous hearing to beheading one of the women and Ouaziyad the other while Afatti filmed.

    The defence team argued there were "mitigating circumstances on account of their precarious social conditions and psychological disequilibrium".

    Coming from modest backgrounds, with a "very low" level of education, the defendants lived for the most part in low-income areas of Marrakesh.

    The court however ordered the three to pay 2 million dirhams ($200,000) in compensation to Ueland's parents.

    Jespersen's lawyers have accused authorities of failing to monitor the activities of some of the suspects before the murders.

    But the court rejected the Jespersen family's request for 10 million dirhams in compensation from the Moroccan state for its "moral responsibility".


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