SANA’A – The Yemeni army’s spokesman, Brigadier General Yahya Sare’e has on Tuesday announced the trial of a group of traitorous officers in public at the Central Military Court in the capital Sana’a.
“The Central Military Court held today in Sana’a its first public hearings to consider the criminal case No. 6 of 1441 AH, in which a group of traitorous officers accused of facilitating the entry of the enemy into the territory of the Republic of Yemen and supplying fighters and other facts are included in the indictment,” Sare’e said in a statement.
The spokesman revealed that the accused in this criminal case are the following:
Abdrabbu Mansour Hadi, Ali Mohsen Saleh al-Ahmar, Mohammed Ali Ahmed al-Maqdashi, Abdullah Salem, Ali al-Nakhai,Hitham Qassim Taher, Ahmed Hussein Saleh al-Aqeeli, Fadhl Hassan Mohammed al-Omari, Yahya Hussein Abdullah Salah, Amin Abdullah Hamed al-Wali, Tariq Mohammed Abdullah al-Ahmar, and Hashim Abdullah Hussein al-Ahmar.
Yahya Sare’e said that the court decided to instruct the Public Prosecution to re-inform the defendants through their military unit using the moral guidance and the appropriate means. It warned the defendants that if they do not attend the next hearing on Sunday, November 3, 2019, the court will proceed with their trial procedures according to Article 68 of the Military Code of Criminal Procedure, and they will be tried in absentia.
Considering that the accused are working for the Saudi-led invaders and many of them live in Saudi Arabia or Saudi-occupied territory, it is unlikely that they will attend the court case in person.
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