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Court mulls hacking fake chats, calls

Man acquitted of molestation

KUWAIT CITY, June 26: The Court of Appeals has ordered the formation of a technical committee to look into the possibility of hacking the WhatsApp application to fake chats, messages and calls, reports Al-Anba daily. This came after the end of a court session trying MP Dr Waleed Al-Tabtabaei following a complaint filed by his ex-wife. Mubarak Al-Harbi who is defending Al-Tabtabaei proved to the court that the ground on which his ex-wife has filed a case against his client are unsound saying it is possible to hack the WhatsApp application to fake chats. He added, the cell phone of his client was hacked by an unidentified person to send offensive messages to his ex-wife.

Man acquitted: In a strange turn of events, the Criminal Court acquitted a Kuwaiti citizen who was accused of molesting his threeyear old daughter, reports Al-Qabas daily. The citizen’s former wife had filed a malicious case against him but the court dismissed the case due to lack of evidences. The defense counsel Lawyer Sakina Al-Musallam stressed the lack of evidences to prove the allegations against her client, which is not in line with the provisions of the Court of Cassation.

Hearing adjourned: The Criminal Court, presided over by Judge Mohammad Al-Mutairi, postponed until July 15 the hearing on a highly publicized case involving a citizen and an Egyptian who works for a commercial shop in Shuwaikh Industrial Area, reports Al-Qabas daily. The citizen and Egyptian figured in a brawl a few months ago — an incident that became a hot topic.

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