Saturday, December 20, 2008

Suspect in Jew's murder admits guilt as trial starts

The Yemen News agency reports:

AMRAN, Dec. 20 (Saba)- The penal court of Amran started on Saturday a trial of the man suspected of killing a Jewish citizen Mashi Yaish al-Nahari two weeks ago in Raidah district of Amran governorate.

The hearing was headed by Judge Abdul-Bari al-Aqbah.

In the session, the representative of the prosecution accused the suspect Abdul-Aziz al-Abdi, 39 yeas old, of killing the Jewish citizen. The suspect admitted his crime in the hearing.
The court agreed on a request of five lawyers to defend on the suspect, asking to hand them over a file of the case.

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