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KUWAIT CITY, Feb 15: The Misdemeanors Court sentenced one of two women to two weeks in jail with hard labor for stealing a male citizen’s mobile phone, damaging his vehicle intentionally, and sending him insulting and threatening text messages. The court refrained from issuing its verdict on the other woman and ordered her to maintain good conduct. Case files indicate the two women were involved in a love triangle with the citizen who accused them of stealing his mobile phone, damaging his vehicle intentionally, and sending him insulting and threatening text messages. Attorney Yousef Hussein, lawyer for the plaintiff, told the court that the two women conspired to steal his client’s phone and damage his car, while one of them sent insulting messages and posted abusive and threatening texts on the social media platform. In his presentation which was backed with substantial evidence, Hussein demanded for temporary civil compensation of KD 5,001 for the emotional and material damages that his client suffered.
Hearing adjourned: The Criminal Court adjourned until Feb 22, 2018 its session on the case of individuals accused of helping those convicted of involvement with Abdali Cell and conspiring with Iran. The court issued summons to Major General Majid Al-Majid after the defense panel probed Major General Farraj Al-Zoubi in Thursday’s session. The Public Prosecution charged the accused with assisting people wanted by law in evading justice as well as belonging and conspiring with a banned group to destroy the system of a country.
Betrayal of trust: A Kuwaiti citizen lodged a complaint at Abu Halifa Police Station against an accountant of his contracting company, accusing the latter of betraying trust and embezzling KD 3,700, reports Al-Rai daily. He informed securitymen that the accountant, who is of Syrian nationality, kept the cash worth KD 3,700 for himself instead of depositing it in the company’s bank account. The citizen revealed that the suspect cannot be located as he has shifted homes.
By Jaber Al-Hamoud Al-Seyassah Staff