December 19, 2018
Maren Ueland, left, and Louisa Jespersen.
These women traveled to Morocco to find themselves, but in the end, Morocco decided to find them.
Thanks, Jews, for liberating these impressionable THOTs and telling them that fulfillment lies outside of the home, rather than within it.
Three men have been arrested after two Scandinavian backpackers were found dead in their tent in Morocco with cuts to their necks.
Louisa Jespersen, 24, from Denmark and Maren Ueland, 28, from Norway, had pitched up in a ‘remote mountainous region’ 6.2 miles away from the village of Imlil, at the foot of Mount Toubkal.
Their bodies were later found with evidence of ‘violence to their necks’ caused by a ‘cutting device’, said a spokesman for Morocco’s interior ministry.
One witness alleged that both women were discovered ‘decapitated’ on December 17, although this has not been confirmed.
The two women, who studied together at the University of South-Eastern Norway, had travelled to Morocco together on December 9.
Morocco World News reported that three suspects from Marrakesh who were camping nearby have been arrested in connection with the murders.
‘The suspects were camping in the same area that the murder took place,’ a source told the publication.
‘Witnesses saw the group at night as they were heading to the camp area.’
Police are said to have identified the suspects with the use of CCTV from shops in the near by village.