A jihadist who was quarantined by Covid dies after conserving a vis a vis within the Soto del Actual jail

A 72-year-old inmate from jail Soto del Actual has died within the courtyard of the module wherein he saved isolation in response to Covid protocol after having a vis-a-vis communication, jail sources have reported.

That is the prisoner Salman M., who was arrested in November 2019 within the framework of an operation in opposition to the jihadism and accused of sending cash to Syria for the return of the Daesh terrorists often known as “international fighter”.

The post-mortem will decide the reason for loss of life of the prisoner, Iraqi origin and with Spanish nationality. Every thing signifies that he might have suffered a coronary heart assault.

Apparently, the inmate was in lonely within the courtyard of the module isolation, when yesterday, Friday, immediately collapsed. The inmate saved a vis a vis days earlier than, so he needed to preserve a quarantine 10 days as established by the Covid protocol.

The aged inmate, was categorized in First diploma of remedy, “Not a lot due to his jail profession, however due to the scope of their crimes».



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