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Sitting in a moroccan rædselsfængsel: Punished for opening your mouth

the 31-year-old Ali Al-Hulo, sitting in custody in the high-security Tiflet 2 prison in Morocco, and is waiting to be extradited to Denmark, no longer has direct contact to his Danish lawyer.

- I have not had personal contact with him since 22. may, where he's been isolated down there. My contact is through the family, and he is only allowed to speak Arabic, because they will be able to understand what he is saying, says defense attorney Jane Ranum for the Extra Magazine.

She tells that the penalties happened after, to her client in march of the Extra Blade made a sharp criticism of the conditions in the moroccan prison and complained to the Danish embassy.


According to Al-Hulos family, he now sits isolated in the moroccan prison. The cell has a small window, as they sometimes close to, so that there is either light or fresh air to enter, and he comes no longer on the recreation yard. Instead he gets 30 minutes daily in a small cage.

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The Danish authorities require his extradition, as he is suspected to have participated in a rough gang-assault, which unfolded in a hair salon in Nørrebro.

the 16 men from the gang neighborhoods of north west in October last year in the Copenhagen city Court sentenced to between six months and two years and eight months in the case. In the cut they got sentenced a year in prison for the attack. Even refuse Al-Hulo guilty, like he refuses to be a gang member.

He has been waiting for extradition since august last year and is approaching thus soon the time, where he can prøveløslades, if he gets a judgment in Denmark, similar to the other judgments in the case.

It is behind the walls of this moroccan jail, 31-year-old Ali Al-Hulo since august last year and has been waiting to be extradited to Denmark. Photo: LUK VERVAET

First it was the moroccan authorities ' handling of cases, who pulled out, but now have coronapandemien put a stop to the extradition.

According to his lawyer, it should count extra, because her client sitting under such terrible conditions'. It has the Eastern high Court, however, previously rejected.

'Proportionality is not in a case such as the present, regardless of the grounds for the family and the information about the prison conditions in Morocco at present to prevent the pre-trial detention', it sounded the decision.


Thursday of this week, a judge then once again take a position on pre-trial detention must be repealed.

- He may have done enough horrible things, but it is surely not reasonable, that he should sit longer than others, and he is to be close to exceed the time he would get in penalty, says Jane Ranum.

- We will argue that Denmark has an independent responsibility for the conditions he is under, says the lawyer.

At the moment, sitting four Danish nationals imprisoned in Tiflet 2 and is awaiting extradition to Denmark. In march criticized the 36-year-old Nico Konopka, who is internationally wanted for the drugs, also the conditions in Horsens Folkeblad.

- There are 10 cells on the department, and with 8 to 16 inmates in each cell are we at the mercy, if there suddenly comes the corona in the prison, told the 36-year-old at the time.

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