After months in of being held in a Dutch prison, Badr Hari has now been released, provisionally.
Today, Hari was provisionally released from prison. What this means is that he is still a suspect and still faces charges but that the judge felt it was no longer necessary for him to be held in prison. According to the judge, there is not enough evidence to hold Hari any longer, but that doesn't mean that he's completely gotten off free.
Hari will have to meet some conditions upon his return. He is not allowed to come in contact with witnesses and victims and is not allowed anywhere in the "catering industry" which would refer to clubs, restaurants and the like.
The trial is pegged to start in around January and Badr will be free until his fate is decided then. While Badr's provisional release cannot be challenged, the court still has the power to take him into custody again if they feel they have enough evidence.