Convict’s son faces charge of managing secret group’s website

The accused faces several charges, including joining the secret organisation, creating and managing a website on social networking platform in his name.

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Published: Thu 16 Oct 2014, 1:29 AM

Last updated: Fri 3 Apr 2015, 8:50 PM

A Federal Supreme Court bench, presided by Judge Mohammed Al Jarah Al Tunaiji, on Tuesday deferred hearing the case of the son of a convict in the dissolved secret organisation case to October 28 to hear the pleas of the public prosecution and the defence.

The accused faces several charges, including joining the secret organisation, creating and managing a website on social networking platformin his name with a view to disseminating incorrect ideas and information to ridicule and damage the reputation and prestige of state institutions, as well as communicating with external organisations and the provision of inaccurate information about the convicts in the case of the secret organisation, and their conditions in prison.

The accused appeared before the court in the presence of his family, representatives of the media and members of civil society organisations.



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