KUWAIT CITY, March 8: The Criminal Court has assigned the session of March 11 to review the citizenship forgery case filed against four brothers from a particular tribe. They were released on bail worth KD 1,000 each.
The court session held on Thursday was full of drama as one of the brothers confessed that his brothers entered Kuwait in 1995, but they denied it. The circus continued as the suspect “the second brother” accused his brothers’ lawyer of being linked to DAESH. He also accused another lawyer, a former MP, of making him to wear a belt with explosives to carry out a bombing operation. This caused that lawyer to leave the courtroom.
The court ordered for the suspect to be locked up in the police cell at the Justice Palace. His lawyer, after the session, revealed that his client suffers from psychological disorders and has a file in the Psychiatric Medicine Hospital.
By Jaber Al-Hamoud Al-Seyassah Staff