Egyptian Expat Was Accused Of Using Words Deemed Offensive
Category: Crime News

The Court of Appeals upheld the verdict issued by the Court of First Instance which acquitted an Egyptian expatriate who was accused of using words deemed offensive to the entity of His Highness the Amir of Kuwait. The verdict was reached based on a psychiatry medical report which determined that the Egyptian suffered from mental disorder, which makes him non-liable to his actions. According to the court files, the Public Prosecution had accused the suspect of offending His Highness the Amir through some of his posts on Twitter website, as well as misusing his mobile phone, instigating vice within the community and offending one of the social calibers of Kuwait.


13 Jun, 2017 507
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