KUWAIT CITY, Jan 15: The Kuwaiti Interpol Service has deported an unidentified children’s barber who was wanted by his home country to serve a 15-year prison term. The court in his country found him guilty of committing what the court documents said was ‘a moral crime’
The story was previously covered by Arab Times in October, that the International Cooperation Prosecution is investigating the case of child abuse at the center of which is a Syrian who had been sentenced to 15 years imprisonment by a Syrian court.
The defendant has confessed to the Syrian Court of Cassation, that he had previously raped a child in Jabriya, Kuwait, and after that, he raped other children in Syria. After a verdict was issued against him in Syria, he fled and returned to Kuwait to work in a well-known children’s salon for the first time, out of a desire to complete his ongoing series of crimes against children.
Lawyer Ali Al-Duwaikh had submitted a report to the Public Prosecutor against the accused, after getting the power of attorney from the relatives of the man’s victims in Syria. He submitted a copy of the verdict issued against the accused, and upon examining him, it became clear that he was wanted by Interpol at the request of the Syrian authorities.
The International Cooperation Prosecution decided to address the Syrian judicial authorities to send the final verdict against the accused to issue a verdict that cannot be appealed.
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