A video of the murder of Louis Vesterager and Maren Ueland was circulated on Twitter and Telegram.
On December 17, 2018, the decapitated bodies of Louisa Vesterager Jespersen and Maren Ueland were discovered in the Moroccan Atlas Mountains near the village of Imlil. After the investigation, a video showing a group of people executing the young women went viral on social media.
Louisa Vesterager Jespersen & Maren Ueland Deadhouse Death and Murder Details
The murder footage of Louisa Vesterager and Maren Ueland went viral on Twitter and Telegram. It wasn’t just any movie from the House of the Dead either; it was footage of their execution, which was an act of terrorism.
In order to become tour guides, both women studied outdoor recreation and nature guidance at the University of Southeastern Norway. They arrived in Morocco on December 9 as tourists to hike and seek adventure.
They had made the decision to visit Imlil in the Atlas Mountains. Their decapitated bodies were discovered after more than a week in the foothills of Mount Toubkal near the hamlet of Imlil in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco.
The attackers had also posted a video on social media in which they pledged allegiance to the ISIS terror group and discussed “damage from Crusader Alliance jets.”
What happened between Maren Ueland and Louis Vesterager?
Louisa Vesterager Y Maren Ueland was murdered by a group of terrorists in 2018. When they got the news, everyone was shocked.
Police arrested three people in connection with the event once the victims’ remains were discovered. By the end of the trial, 24 people had been tried. However, three people were found guilty of murder.
The prime suspect, Abdessamad Ejjoud, was 25 when he planned the crimes with two accomplices, Younes Ouaziyad, 27, and Rachid Afatti, 33, who chronicled the killings. The anti-terrorist court in Salé sentenced them all to death.
First of all, a video of a group of people pledging allegiance to ISIS went viral. Then, a short time later, a video of two women being executed circulated on social media.
Video of the beheading was taken from social media in Denmark, according to Arab News. They also arrested those who shared such footage on social media.