farid hilali was arrested in 2004 United Kingdom under the frame of A Euroorder of the National High Court (AN) As was reportedly involved in attacks against the Twin Towers and other 9/11 targets. The Moroccan-born man spent four and a half years in prisons in Spain and the United Kingdom. Now, the Constitutional Court (TC) issues a decision by which the state must compensate the dismissed person for judicial error.
TC believes that it should reparation not only for 300 the days he was in jail Spainbut for 1,711 days who was so imprisoned in prisons British like spanish. Judge Ricardo Enriquez upheld the Emparo appeal filed by the acquitted against a motion AN. Controversial-Administrative Chamber of, The Supreme Court confirmed the resolution.
Euroorder accuses Hilali to belong for al-Qaeda and send information About the 9/11 attacks Brain -Emad Edin Barakat Yarkut – From a collapsed cell in Spain weeks before the attacks, which caused more than 3,000 deaths. it was based on the order chat on the phone With the brain, aka ‘Abu Dahdah. After relocating from the United Kingdom to Spain, he remained in Freedom after causing it dismiss,
TC agrees with Fareed Hilalik
After release, Fareed Hilali filed a lawsuit for lapse in justice. The National Court awarded him a compensation of 2,000 euros for 300 days in prison in Spain. lawsuit alleged a Violation of right to effective judicial protection For infringement of the right to obtain a well established judicial resolution. The arguments defended by the AN and TS for denying compensation for imprisonment in the United Kingdom were not justified.
Sentence does not say amount Thereby compensation will be given to the acquitted defendant. say you have a right to be he was compensated for all the timeThat leaves the figure in the hands of the National Court.
closing of whistle Holocaust that “the disputed decision is based on dialectical premises which is not objectively correct and therefore precludes reaching its result, the denial of compensation for the time spent in prison by the appellant in prisons in the United Kingdom, as deemed appropriate by law.” called upon the right of judicial resolution on grounds”.