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Former minister says will not testify Owner of car sales office acquitted of cheating

KUWAIT CITY, July 16: The Misdemeanor Court presided over by Judge Haider Al-Mazedi acquitted the owner of a car sale office of allegedly swindling a Kuwaiti citizen after promising to assist in importing a vehicle into the country. 
According to the case files, the Public Prosecution accused the defendant of deceiving the plaintiff by claiming he is an experienced automobile importer and is ready to assist the latter in importing the vehicle. They both agreed on a certain amount of money, which the plaintiff transferred into the bank account of the defendant. 
The defense counsel Lawyer Ali Al-Ali affirmed that the method of negotiations did not reflect any bad intention, stressing that his client only wanted to assist the plaintiff. He declared that fraud always has four factors, which are collecting money by tricking the victim, reasons for the crime, method of collecting money and criminal intention.
KUWAIT CITY: Former Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh Dr. Mohammad Al-Sabah was quoted as saying he will not testify in the complaint filed by Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahd concerning forged documents and alleged illegal transfers of millions of dinars, reports Al-Seyassah daily.
Some tweeters and electronic news sites said Sheikh Dr Mohammad Al-Sabah during visits to Diwaniyas over the past few days was quoted as saying he has nothing to do with the complaint and will not testify.
Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahd had requested Sheikh Mohammad Al-Sabah and Sheikh Khalifa Ali Al-Khalifa Al-Sabah to give their testimony in the complaint he has filed against His Highness Sheikh Nasser Al-Mohammad and former National Assembly Speaker Jassem Al-Kharafi.

By: Jaber Al-Humoud

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