Court Of First Instance Acquitted A Kuwaiti Citizen Who Accused Of Smuggling Liquor
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The Court of Appeals upheld the verdict issued by the Court of First Instance which acquitted a Kuwaiti citizen who was accused of smuggling liquor by hiding them in a shipment of iron coils. According to the testimony of two employees of the General Customs Department, they were searching a shipment of iron coils that came from the United Arab Emirates when they found 3,216 “Red Label” liquor bottles. They discovered that the cargo was under the name of a general trading and contracting company. The defense counsel Lawyer Turki Al-Turki said the investigations are based on nothing more than the opinions of those two employees and there were no evidences to back those opinions. He stressed that the witnesses were not able to identify the importer but had just claimed that they found the liquor bottles hidden in the shipment that came from the United Arab Emirates.


05 Feb, 2017 0 559
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