3-Year Prison Verdict Upheld against Defendant over Illegal Assembly in Hamad Town
2017-03-15 - 10:03 p
Bahrain Mirror: The Supreme Court of Appeal upheld a 3-year prison verdict against a defendant over a case linked to illegal assembly and riots.
The First High Criminal Court had acquitted two Bahrainis from the accusation of burning tires, illegal assembly, and possessing Molotov cocktails, while it convicted two others with the same charges, sentencing them to 3 years in prison.
Authorities claim that its main operation room reported an illegal assembly in Hamad Town, to where patrol headed. Security officers claim to have seen the defendants, along with unknown individuals, staging an illegal assembly and burning tires.
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