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If you're thinking about creating a fake profile on Facebook you may want to think again. Especially if you live in Morocco and are planning on impersonating Royalty.
Fouad Mourtada probably didn't have torture, abuse and three years in prison in mind when he created a fake profile of Moroccan prince Moulay Rachid on Facebook last month, but that's exactly what happened.
Just a few weeks after Mourtada created the parody profile, a Moroccan court has sentenced him to three years in prison for "villainous practices" and royal identity theft. The draconian sentence was preceded by an alleged kidnapping of Mourtada that led to extensive beatings and torture while he awaited his trial.
Prince Rachid is the brother of Morocco's king Mohamed VI, and apparently doesn't take kindly to having spoof profiles created in his name. Fake profiles are rampant in North America with imposters littering the web with fake Facebook profiles of anyone from George W. Bush to Jesus Christ, and are not taken seriously by many.
But not the case in Morocco where now Mourtada's friends and family have created a petition begging for mercy for Mourtada after he was allegedly "persecuted, beaten up, slapped, spat on and insulted" since he was arrested
Facebook support groups have been popping up as well in an effort to shed light on what people are calling the unfair treatment of Mourtada. Help Fouad Mourtada - Aidez Fouad Mourtada, has only been a group on Facebook for a couple of weeks and already has over 3,000 members.
Amina Mourtada, Fouad's sister is begging for her brother's immediate release saying that "Morocco should not want to go down in history as the first country to torture and imprison someone for having created a profile on Facebook."
Fouad Mourtada has since issued a statement saying that he created the page as a tribute to the prince and that he "admired" him.
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