Extradited to Morocco, the former Guantanamo detainee, Abdellatif Nasser, will be heard by the BNPJ for his alleged terrorist acts, announced the Attorney General at the Rabat Court of Appeal in a press release.
Informed by the services of the judicial police of the extradition to Morocco, this Monday, July 19, of the former detainee at Guantanamo, Abdellatif Nasser, the attorney general at the Court of Appeal of Rabat issued his orders for the opening an investigation into his alleged terrorist acts.
According to a statement from the Attorney General near the Rabat Court of Appeal, he gave his orders to the National Judicial Police Brigade (BNPJ) to open an investigation with the former detainee at Guantanamo, whose extradition to Morocco is scheduled for Monday, July 19 about alleged terrorist acts he allegedly perpetrated.
The prosecution emphasizes that legal proceedings could take place depending on the results of the ongoing investigation with the former Guantanamo detainee. And this, in full compliance with the legal provisions in force.
It should also be noted that the Pentagon announced on Monday that the administration of President Joe Biden has transferred its first detainee from the American military base of Guantanamo of Moroccan nationality.
“The Defense Department announced today the transfer of Abdellatif Nasser from the Guantanamo detention center to the Kingdom of Morocco,” the Pentagon said in a statement, adding that 39 people were still imprisoned at Guantanamo.