Imprisonment between 4 and 15 years for those accused of stealing hours of King Muhammad

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In the case of the theft of 36 luxury watches


The Criminal Chamber of the Rabat Court, sentenced to prison terms ranging from 4 to 15 years, on the fifteen defendants who are being tried in the case of the theft of 36 hour luxury hands of King Mohammed VI of Morocco, according to “AFP”.
The main defendant, who was working to clean up one of Mohamed VI’s palaces, was sentenced to 15 years in prison, according to what her lawyer said.
A partner with the same punishment received the same sentence, while the other men were sentenced to four years in prison who were gold dealers or intermediaries.
The defendants were arrested in late 2019 for stealing and trading luxury watches, while dissolving some of them and selling their precious components to gold merchants. The charges against them included the formation of a “criminal gang” and “described theft”.
Apart from the main suspect, the rest of the prosecution denied the charges against them, asserting that they were not aware of the source of those hours.
A picture of the Moroccan monarch wearing a Swiss watch, Patek Philippe, published in 2018, sparked widespread curiosity and interest on social media.

Local media estimated the price of about $ 1.2 million, speaking of the king’s passion for luxury watches, while commentators on social media criticized it, considering it a manifestation of opulence.
The Moroccan monarch owns a collection of watches, luxury cars, yachts, and valuable art paintings, and Forbes magazine ranked him in 2014 among the richest people in the world, with a wealth of more than $ 2.5 billion owned by him through his contribution to the “National Investment Company” which turned into an investment fund. With a private message called “Al Mada”.
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Morocco: 4 to 15 years in prison for those accused of stealing the hours of King Mohammed VI

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The Criminal Chamber of the Rabat Court, sentenced to prison terms ranging from 4 to 15 years, on the fifteen defendants who are being tried in the case of the theft of 36 hour luxury hands of King Mohammed VI of Morocco, according to “AFP”.
The main defendant, who was working to clean up one of Mohamed VI’s palaces, was sentenced to 15 years in prison, according to what her lawyer said.
A partner with the same punishment received the same sentence, while the other men were sentenced to four years in prison who were gold dealers or intermediaries.
The defendants were arrested in late 2019 for stealing and trading luxury watches, while dissolving some of them and selling their precious components to gold merchants. The charges against them included the formation of a “criminal gang” and “described theft”.
Apart from the main suspect, the rest of the prosecution denied the charges against them, asserting that they were not aware of the source of those hours.
A picture of the Moroccan monarch wearing a Swiss watch, Patek Philippe, published in 2018, sparked widespread curiosity and interest on social media.

Local media estimated the price of about $ 1.2 million, speaking of the king’s passion for luxury watches, while commentators on social media criticized it, considering it a manifestation of opulence.
The Moroccan monarch owns a collection of watches, luxury cars, yachts, and valuable art paintings, and Forbes magazine ranked him in 2014 among the richest people in the world, with a wealth of more than $ 2.5 billion owned by him through his contribution to the “National Investment Company” which turned into an investment fund. With a private message called “Al Mada”.

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In the case of the theft of 36 luxury watches

The Criminal Chamber of the Rabat Court, sentenced to prison terms ranging from 4 to 15 years, on the fifteen defendants who are being tried in the case of the theft of 36 hour luxury hands of King Mohammed VI of Morocco, according to “AFP”.
The main defendant, who was working to clean up one of Mohamed VI’s palaces, was sentenced to 15 years in prison, according to what her lawyer said.
A partner with the same punishment received the same sentence, while the other men were sentenced to four years in prison who were gold dealers or intermediaries.
The defendants were arrested in late 2019 for stealing and trading luxury watches, while dissolving some of them and selling their precious components to gold merchants. The charges against them included the formation of a “criminal gang” and “described theft”.
Apart from the main suspect, the rest of the prosecution denied the charges against them, asserting that they were not aware of the source of those hours.
A picture of the Moroccan monarch wearing a Swiss watch, Patek Philippe, published in 2018, sparked widespread curiosity and interest on social media.

Local media estimated the price of about $ 1.2 million, speaking of the king’s passion for luxury watches, while commentators on social media criticized it, considering it a manifestation of opulence.
The Moroccan monarch owns a collection of watches, luxury cars, yachts, and valuable art paintings, and Forbes magazine ranked him in 2014 among the richest people in the world, with a wealth of more than $ 2.5 billion owned by him through his contribution to the “National Investment Company” which turned into an investment fund. With a private message called “Al Mada”.

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