Case of Suspect Accused of Attacking Police Postponed to Sept. 28 to Assign Lawyer
Bahrain’s First High Criminal Court adjourned the case of a suspect accused of attacking security men until September 28, 2017, in order to assign him lawyer through the Ministry of Justice, with the continued detention of the suspect.
MoI Arrests 3 Citizens Accused of Joining Group which Targeted Security Men
Bahrain’s Ministry of Interior said in a statement on Wednesday (February 1, 2017) that its arrested 3 Bahrainis as search continues to arrest others, accused of joining a terror group which targeted security men and their vehicles.
NIHR: Mostafa Hamdan Injured During Shootout and Stone Fight with Masked Persons
The National Institution for Human Rights (NIHR) said on Monday (January 30, 2017) that the injury of the 18-year-old Mostafa Hamdan was caused during a shootout between two groups of masked men and hurling stones early in the morning on January 26.
MoI Officials Take part in Officer Al-Hamadi’s Funeral, Minister Vows Police to Handle Crime Perpetrators
Dozens of people took part (Monday January 30, 2017) in the funeral held in Al-Hunainiya Cemetery in Riffa for First Lieutenant Hisham Al-Hamadi, who died in a shooting in Bilad Al Qadeem.
Freedom House Demands Bahrain to Cancel Decision that Restores Judicial Competence to “National Security”
The American Freedom House organization concerned in freedom issues demanded Bahrain to cancel the decision that restores judicial competence to the National Security Agency that is involved in torture.
BFHR: Verdict Issued against Journalist Faisal Hayyat Reflects Deterioration in Press Freedoms
Bahrain Forum for Human Rights (BFHR) said that 3-month jail term issued against Bahraini journalist Faisal Hayyat over a tweet he published his Twitter account “reflects deterioration in press freedoms”.
The Bahraini Judiciary…Terrorist Pretexts Versus Democratic Demands
What is the reality of criminal justice in Bahrain? Does the Bahraini justice perform its duty impartially and independently?