Bilal Kissi, 29, and his cousin Abdelali Mechouar, 40, were killed by the Algerian coast guard at the end of August while riding a jet ski. The family has filed a complaint and speaks of a “drama of nameless cruelty”.
Posted on 05/09/2023 12:42
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Lawyers for the family of the Franco-Moroccan holidaymaker and his cousin who died at the end of August, while jet skiing between Morocco and Algeria, filed a complaint against X in France on Tuesday, September 5. The complaint, which franceinfo was able to consult, was filed against X by the lawyers for the parents of Bilal Kissi, for “Aggravated murder, attempted aggravated murder, hijacking and failure to assist a person in peril”.
Tuesday August 29, Bilal Kissi (29) and his cousin Abdelali Mechouar (40) left the Moroccan seaside resort of Saidia, on the border with Algeria, to go jet skiing. Lost at sea, on the border between Morocco and Algeria, they were killed by the Algerian coast guard. Bilal Kissi’s brother, Mohamed, was also present. Rescued by the Moroccan Navy, he was able to return to the beach safe and sound. Another person, a friend also present during the sea trip, was arrested by the Algerian coast guard.
An investigation opened in Morocco and France
While Algeria assures that its agents shot in the face “a refusal to comply”the family of the two vacationers talks about a “a drama of unspeakable cruelty”. Investigation ” mirror “ An investigation by the Moroccan prosecutor’s office to determine the circumstances of the death of these two vacationers has been opened in France, the Paris prosecutor’s office said on Monday. This investigation, pending the Moroccan investigation, was opened for intentional homicide and entrusted to the criminal brigade of the Paris judicial police, said the prosecution. In particular, it must provide a legal framework for the collection of information.
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