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Mounir Mrabet Remains Detained on Narcotics Conspiracy Charges in MDC Now Trial Aug 8

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Maxwell Book

SDNY MAG COURT EXCLUSIVE, Jan 5 -  In the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on January 5, a bond or detention proceeding was held by Magistrate Judge Sarah Netburn for Mounir Mrabet, charged with narcotics conspiracy.

Inner City Press was present as the only media in the Mag Court. Related Mag Court live-tweeted thread (more on Patreon here) vlog here

Mrabet was in a white t-shirt; he had been arrested at 6 in the morning. He consented to detention without prejudice.

On May 11, 2023, Mrabet appeared before the assigned District Judge, Jed S. Rakoff. Trial was set for August 8, and discovery production to the MDC was discussed.

Then Mrabet's counsel asked for release on bail. The AUSA replied that Mrabet had 10 kilos of meth and seven phones; 20 arrests, four felonies.

Judge Rakoff said it seemed clear, but for the increasing danger in the MDC. He said in some of his cases, defendants have been moved to other facilities. No commitment to make that recommendation was made by the AUSA. Mrabet remains detained.

The case is US v. Mrabet, 23-cr-69 (Rakoff)



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