4 Kuwaitis get 4-year jail, and a 4.5 million dinars fine in a money laundering case

4 Kuwaitis get 4-year jail, and a 4.5 million dinars fine in a money laundering case

Ports Corporation employees face legal consequences in money laundering operations.

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 7: In a recent legal development, the Court of Cassation has acquitted an individual accused of money laundering, overturning a previous 4-year imprisonment sentence. Concurrently, the court upheld the 4-year imprisonment and imposed a fine of 4.5 million dinars on four other defendants in the same case.

The charges brought forth by the Public Prosecution implicated the defendants in the crime of money laundering, with an alleged amount of 4 million and 500 thousand dinars.

Notably, former MP Abdul Rahman Al-Anjari faced accusations of “broadcasting false news,” and the Criminal Court has chosen to withhold the announcement of his punishment.

The accused individuals were allegedly involved in money laundering operations, utilizing transfers during their employment at the Ports Corporation. The legal proceedings have resulted in varying outcomes for the defendants, with one acquitted and others facing imprisonment and financial penalties.

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