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3-7 years in prison for Defense Ministry attackers
[15/December/2012]



SANA'A, Dec. 15 (Saba) - A military tribunal sentenced on Saturday 93 soldiers and officers to 3-7 year in prison for an attack on the Defense Ministry in August, the 26september said Saturday.

Judge Abdul-Malik al-Arshi convicted the military men of offences including assaulting the defense complex in Sana'a on August 14, deserting their military posts, refusing the president's orders, refraining from carrying out military orders, opening fire, resulting in murder and attempted murder," the Defense Ministry's website said.

The military tribunal also acquitted five other men and delay the promotion of an officer for five years. It ruled that the convicted pay blood money to victims.

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