Morocco: Nation Jails Customs Officers
12 December 2012
Seven former Moroccan customs officers were sentenced to one year in prison on Tuesday (December 11th) by a Tetouan court, MAP reported. The men were part of a corruption investigation launched in August.
More than 40 customs officials and police are facing prosecution for fraud and "harassment" for their alleged connection to officers from the Bab Sebta case.
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