10-Year Jail Term Handed down to Suspect over Setting Fire to Stores in Sitra

2016-11-25 - 8:01 p

Bahrain Mirror: The Bahraini Fourth High Criminal Court, presided over by judge Ali Al-Dhahrani with the memberships of judges Osama Al-Shadhili and Wael Ibrahim, and Ahmad Al-Sulaiman as secretariat, handed down 10-year jail term to a suspect (18 years) after convicting him of setting fire to a group of stores "cars agency" in Sitra and bound him to pay 382000 BD for the damages.

The Public Prosecution accused the defendant of deliberately setting fire, along with other unknowns, to fixed and movable money, endangering people's lives and public and private money for a terrorist aim and acquiring Molotov aiming at endangering people's lives and public and private money.

Arabic Version    


comments powered by Disqus