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Court orders ‘royal’ to pay comp worth KD 3,000 to MoI investigator

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 24: The Civil Sector of the Court of First Instance ordered a member of the ruling family to pay compensation worth KD 3,000 in favor of an investigator at Ministry of Interior for humiliating the latter while he was on official duty. According to the case file, the defendant reportedly embarrassed the investigator and insulted him while the latter was on official duty. During the court session, the plaintiff counsel Attorney Zaid Al-Khabbaz elaborated the extent of material and psychological damages his client suffered when he was investigating a traffic accident involving a friend of the defendant. The defendant had forcefully removed civil ID cards from the complainant’s hand. The lawyer demanded temporary compensation worth KD 5,001 for his client.

Ammunition found: Boxes of ammunition were confiscated from Subbiya desert area, reports Al-Anba daily. Acording to security sources, when the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received information from a Kuwaiti citizen about finding large quantity of ammunition in Subbiya desert area, Jahra securitymen rushed to the location and found four boxes of ammunition. Bomb squad was summoned to the location to deal with the ammunition, which is believed to be remnants of the Iraqi invasion.

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