KUWAIT CITY, Nov 9: The Criminal Court sentenced four suspects in the Lolwa Al-Khairan chalets murder case to ten years imprisonment and three others to five years. The Public Prosecution referred the suspects to trial on accusations of premeditated murder and participation in murder upon their arrest by the security forces after a bloody fight in the chalet that led to the death of the eighth person. According to the case file, the Operations Room of the Interior Ministry received report that a group of youths were engaged in a bloody fight involving sharp objects and fisticuffs. Securitymen accompanied paramedics to the scene and managed to maintain order. The injured youths were referred to Adan Hospital and the dead to Forensics.
Man wins comp: The Court of Cassation ordered a company to pay a sum of KD 125,000 a citizen. The case file indicated the plaintiff signed an agreement with a major company in Kuwait to finance and establish a project, and based on the agreement, he issued a cheque worth KD 125,000. The plaintiff later discovered that the company had not taken any positive step toward the project. On his behalf, Attorney Meshal Al- Khona filed a complaint and explained the circumstances of the case and the legal right of his client to retrieve his money.
Bedoun petition accepted: The Administrative Court, chaired by Judge Dr Mohammad Al-Tamimi, accepted a lawsuit filed by a Bedoun, in his 30s, against the Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Health, General Immigration Department, Public Authority for Civil Information and Central System for Remedying Status of Illegal Residents, requesting for amendment of his nationality from Yemeni to Bedoun. Case files indicate the plaintiff presented all necessary documents to confirm his birth in Kuwait on Feb 5, 1986. The documents presented included birth certificate, copy of security card and marriage contract sealed in 2012. His father secured Yemeni passport for him and his siblings when the situation became unbearable for them