saad lamjarred won’t be leaving france soon
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Saad Lamjarred won’t be leaving France soon

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Saad Lamjarred’s Moroccan lawyer, Safia El Okori shocked his audience when she announced that, the court decision to electronically monitor Saad means that his charges are “difficult”, and he will not be fully released until all revision is over.

She said that, French judges are afraid that Saad won’t stay in France until the case is over, so they gave him this electronic bracelet that limits his movements and prevents him from leaving. She added that, he will not return to Morocco soon, especially since the judiciary has not yet verified all the data recorded in the file, which will take at least a year and half.

Lamjarrad spent 6 months in prison, and he was released, but he can’t leave France until all the investigations are done and the case is closed.

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