On Saturday, in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, the trial of those accused in the case of the killing of the young man began.Abdullah Al-Aghbry“More than a month after the crime, for which 8 people are accused, it has become a public opinion issue for Yemeni society.
The East Sanaa Municipality First Instance Court witnessed the first trial sessions of six of the defendants present, and two others who escaped from justice in absentia. The sixth and seventh, by misleading the judiciary, while the eighth accused was accused of incitement to mislead the judiciary.
The Public Prosecution demanded, after reviewing the list of evidences and confessions of the defendants and the technical and technical reports, that the accused be punished from the first to the fifth, with death penalty and consolation, and the rest of the accused be punished according to the legal basis of the indictment.
And local media reported that the court decided to enable blood guardians to bring their claim for personal and civil right, and to oblige the prosecution to bring the seized tools referred to in the indictment, the tools used in that incident, and the photocopy referred to in the list of evidence evidence.
The court decided to communicate with the Bar Association, to provide lawyers for the rest of the defendants to defend them, setting next Wednesday as the date for the second session.
The lawyer for the Al-Aghbry family, Waddah Qutaish, described, on Facebook, the opening session of the case of the victim, Abdullah Al-Aghbry, as “the longest session in the history of the Yemeni judiciary, and it lasted from nine in the morning until three in the afternoon.”
The case of the killing of the young Abdullah Al-Aghbry dates back to late August, when a number of people tortured him, for a period of more than 6 hours, in a commercial store designated for mobile phones in the capital, Sanaa, which is under the control of the Houthis.
The defendants appeared as they were torturing the young Aghbry, in video clips leaked to social networking sites, to provoke a state of discontent in the Yemeni street, to become a public opinion issue, as a result of which a number of Yemeni regions witnessed popular demonstrations demanding the arrest of the perpetrators, their prosecution and retribution against them.
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