, 24, from Denmark, and Maren Ueland, 28, from Norway, was on a month-long vandringsresa in the Atlas mountains in Morocco in december last year. The two friends were students at a friluftsprogram in the Norwegian Telemark.
found the women murdered in his tent above the mountain village of Imlil, which is the base for many treks in the area. They had been exposed to distraction knivvåld and their bodies were found by other tourists.
mobile phone camera, and spread on social media. The video is part of the evidence. In a another movie clip that has been played in the past swear the perpetrators of his fidelity to the terrorist organisations IS. Double murder can be classified as a terrorhandling.
after the deed had the moroccan police arrested the three men who on Thursday brought before the courts for allegedly committing the murders, as well as a fourth suspect who participated in the planning. It is Abdessamad Ejjoud, Younes Ouzyad and Rachid Afati, accused of the actual murder.
the newspaper VG that have gone through the interrogation of the suspects, it appears that they talked about that trip to the terrorist organisations IS in Syria. But because they had no money or passport, so they chose to perform the deed in Morocco.
as the Stavanger Dagblad taken part of, have kept an eye out for the victim for several days in the area. They should have targeted different people but discontinued since there have been witnesses in the vicinity. They encountered the scandinavian women of a chance and followed after them to later murder them, when it has become dark.
at different times after the murders, and an additional 21 persons are co-defendants for different types of involvement in the assassination. The trial is being held in Salé outside Rabat in Morocco.
may be sentenced to the death penalty. They have said that they have done the deed in the member IS the name, but ICE has not taken on the deed. The men's defense attorney has stated that the men will confess to the murders during the trial.
sentenced a Danish woman for having spread mordvideon. Another fourteen persons at risk of being sentenced for having disseminated photos that related to ”another person's private affairs.”