Sana'a court sentences Aghbari killers to death

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2020-10-18 | Since 1 Week

Sana'a-based court of first stance started on October 3 trying eight people on the charge of killing Abdullah al-Aghbari

Sana'a (Debriefer) - A Yemeni Houthi-run court on Saturday sentenced five people to death on the charge of torturing and killing their coworker Abdullah Quid al-Aghbari.
The accused Abdullah al-Sibaie, Waleed al-Amiri, Mohamed al-Homaidi, Dalil al-Jirbah and Munaif Mughalis face death penalty, rights sources said, as the court sentenced Abdullah al-Qadasi to two years in prison for deceiving the judiciary.
The Sana'a City-based prosecution accused the five people of intentionally and directly killing Aghbari.
On 26 August, Abdullah al-Aghbari was killed, after being tortured, by a group of his workmates inside a mobile phone shop in Sana'a City.
Last week, the prosecution referred the murder case to justice for legal actions, after investigations into a crime that was filmed by the wrongdoers' secret camera.
The crime triggered wide public reactions, and prompted massive rallies in Sana'a and other Yemeni cities.


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