Baron wanted by Belgium captured in Turkey

The drug lord wanted in Belgium was caught in Turkey.

According to Yusuf Ozkan of BBC News, the Moroccan-born drug lord, known in criminal organizations under the nicknames “Black” (Black) and “Narkos”, was detained on the basis of missing a travel document while returning from a ski holiday in Turkey, where he lived for some time.

The Belgian authorities asked Turkey to extradite El M. However, the Belgian media wrote that Turkey could prevent the extradition due to the decision of Ferie Erdal, who is suspected of killing Sabanci.

Again, according to Belgian media reports, 38-year-old Abdelila El M., who is considered one of the most important participants in the cocaine trade in South America, was stopped by Turkish police during a video call on a mobile phone. telephone.

The Belgian drug suspect was detained along with his cousin Karim El M, nicknamed “Madonna”, due to his residence status and lack of documents.

Belgian Minister of Justice Vincent Van Kuickenborn confirmed the detention of Abdelila El M. with the words: “Our top wanted list has indeed been arrested in Turkey.”

Belgium requested the extradition of El M., who was being held in a temporary detention center in Istanbul.

According to media reports, he claims that the Turkish authorities are reacting to the Belgian authorities because of the decision of Ferie Erdal, in connection with which there may be difficulties in the extradition of El M.

Ferie Erdal, who was sentenced in absentia to 15 years by a Bruges court for the murder of Sabanci, lost track of her sentence.

Turkey’s extradition requests were unsuccessful. Erdal, who is on the Belgian police’s most wanted list, has not been caught since 2017.

Turkey accuses the Belgian police of not detaining Erdal before the trial and allowing him to escape.

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