Human Rights Commission attends first trial on Khashoggi murder

The Saudi Human Rights Commission attended the first session held by the criminal court to sue the indicted by the general prosecution in the murder of late citizen Jamal Khashoggi.

The first session was held in Riyadh on Thursday, January 3, 2019.

The public prosecution accused eleven persons to have taken part in the crime.

The commission pointed out that arraigning the accused comes as yet a confirmation to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s previous announcement that justice will take its course and that whoever has taken part in this crime will receive his the deterrent penalty.

The commission added that the court’s procedures went smooth under the assurances of the Kingdom’s regulations and systems for all parties of the criminal lawsuit.

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