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Bedoun’s detention extended in ruler abuse case

KUWAIT CITY, March 17: The detention renewal judge ordered to extend the detention of a Bedoun man named Abdullah Atallah in a state security case filed against him for allegedly issuing malicious statements against HH the Amir during an illegal demonstration in Taima area. The Public Prosecution referred the suspect to court after interrogation over the allegation, which included damage to a police vehicle and participation in an illegal protest. The suspect was among the participants who delivered speeches during the protest.

Meanwhile, the judge also ordered to extend the detention of a Bedoun activist Abdulhakim Al-Fadhli and his brother Abdulnasser Al-Fadhli. Abdulhakim Al-Fadhli was standing trial for inciting an illegal public protest and defying police order, while Abdulnasser Al-Fadhli was accused of harboring criminals and participating in an illegal protest.

Probe launched: Lawyer Ali Al-Ali declared that the General Investigation Department has launched investigations into the alleged demolition of tents in Husseiniyas by taking statements from the owners of the tents. The officials of Kuwait Municipality that supervised the demolition are being interrogated. Lawyer Al-Ali, who is representing the plaintiffs, said the decision issued by the committee, which was formed by the Ministers Council, to penalize the owners of the tents as though they were the wrongdoers is unacceptable. He urged the committee to respect the feelings of others to enhance freedom rather than treating them arbitrarily

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