Ali Al-Binali’s Detention Renewed for 10 Days in Fraud Case
2018-03-01 - 11:57 p
Bahrain Mirror: The Third Minor Criminal Court in Bahrain decided to renew the pre-trial detention of the unionist, who has close ties with the government, Ali Al-Binali for an additional ten days pending investigation in a case in which he is accused of fraud, by deceiving citizens and selling them gold bullion fringes for costs that are not commensurate with their market value.
Two citizens filed complaints, alleging that Al-Binali sold them gold bullion fringes, in return for debt securities ranging between 10,000 and 15,0000 dinars, and later discovered that their price amounted to between a 1,000 and 2,000 dinars only, adding that when they tried to discuss the issue with him, he demanded that they pay up the amounts they signed or else he will take the debt securities to court. According to information, there are dozens of bullion fringes granted by Binali to people, in return for signing high-cost debt securities. It is also reported that some of these bullion fringes do not bear the stamp of goldsmiths.
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