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KUWAIT CITY, July 18: The Court of Appeals has decided to reopen the pleadings in the appeal submitted on the ruling issued in the second case against an individual who is accused of kidnapping the murdered Kuwaiti citizen Farah Akbar, and placing a tracking device in her vehicle, for which he was sentenced to 15-year imprisonment and fined KD 5,000.
During the previous session, the court interrogated the officer of the incident, who confirmed that the suspect, using the tracking device that he placed in the victim’s car, was able to accurately locate it. After finding it, a phone chip was found in the name of the suspect who, at the time of committing the incident, threatened to kill her. He was confronted, and asked to stay away from the victim and leave her alone.