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Claimed for life against Naoufal F. for murder of Iranian

2019-05-16T11:06:08.574Z

On Thursday, the Public Prosecution Service demanded a life sentence against Naoufal 'Noffel' F. for directing the murder of the Iranian refugee Mohammad Reza Kolahi Samadi, who lived in the Netherlands under the alias Ali Motamed.


On Thursday, the Public Prosecution Service demanded a life sentence against Naoufal 'Noffel' F. for directing the murder of the Iranian refugee Mohammad Reza Kolahi Samadi, who lived in the Netherlands under the alias Ali Motamed.

"F. has lost his right to participate in society," said the prosecutors. The aggravating fact is that 'Noffel' has previously been sentenced to eighteen years in prison for directing the attack on Peter 'Pjotr' R. in 2015 in Diemen.

"Twice in quick succession, F. carelessly decided on the lives of others," the OM clarified. The law offers the possibility of demanding a penalty and imposing, as it were, several lawsuits being dealt with at the same time. In this case a murder and an attempt thereto on top of the criminal record that F. already has.

Key evidence from encrypted phones

The most important evidence against F. comes from messages from PGP devices (Pretty Good Privacy). "This clearly shows that the direction for the murder was in the hands of F.," the public prosecutor said on Thursday.

According to the General Intelligence and Security Service (AIVD), Iran has given the final order for the liquidation of Kolahi Samadi. He is held responsible by Iran for a deadly attack in that country in 1981, resulting in 73 deaths.

Kolahi Samadi was sentenced to death in absentia. In the early 1990s he applied for asylum in the Netherlands.

Proof of connection Iran and suspect never found

In this case, the OM has stated that the information from the AIVD has never been established under criminal law.

There is therefore no evidence of a proven connection between F. and Iran. According to the OM, there is one between F. and the executors of the murder, Anouar A. (29) and Moreo M. (36). They were sentenced on April 12 to 25 years in prison.

That evidence comes from a PGP device from Randall D., who, according to the judiciary, was approached by F. to kill Kolahi Samadi and A. and agreed with that. However, D. was arrested on November 25, 2015 on suspicion of involvement in the liquidation of Lucas Boom in June of that year, as a result of which the assignment shifted to M.

There were messages on D.'s PGP device that, according to public prosecutor Koos Plooij, were conclusively established that those were F.'s. In those reports, the murder executives are promised 130,000 euros.

Surviving relatives claim compensation

The wife and son of Kolahi Samadi had their emotional victim statement read out by their lawyer Richard Korver on Thursday morning. They talked about their great lack and their ever-present sense of insecurity. On their behalf, Korver claimed almost 300,000 euros in damages.

The court will rule on July 18.

See also: The murders that Iran would have committed in the Netherlands

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Source: nunl

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