high court to hear bus bombing case on october 19
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High Court to hear bus bombing case on October 19

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Chief Prosecutor at the Anti-terror Crime Prosecution, Isa Al-Rowaie, said the High Criminal Court on October 19 will hear the case of the terrorist bombing that targeted a security bus on King Hamad Highway on February 26 and resulted in injuries to a number of security men.
He said that the Anti-terror Crime Prosecution completed its investigations and that 25 suspects, including 14 in custody, were referred by the Prosecution and charged with the establishment and joining of a terrorist group, causing explosions, attempted murder of security personnel, illegal possession, handling, storage and training on the use of weapons, explosives and firearms, the financing of a terrorist group and the destruction of public property.

The Public Prosecution had earlier received a report from the General Directorate of Criminal Investigation (CID) regarding the establishment of a terrorist cell inside Bahrain. Some of the leaders of the so-called "Saraya Al-Shtar" - Al-Ashtar Brigades - terrorist group whose leaders are mainly fugitives abroad who continued their activities. They had terrorist plots and recruited elements inside the country to establish and run a new terrorist cell.

The cell members were trained militarily in Iran and Iraq on the use weapons, explosive making, monitoring vehicles of security forces and prominent figures and vital locations in Bahrain, to prepare warehouses and storage locations around the country, to hide firearms and explosives smuggled from abroad to use in implementing the plans of the terrorist group.

Members of the terrorist group had sufficient expertise and capacity to implement the group’s plans aimed to target several prominent figures and security commanders, to spread chaos and panic in the community and to prevent the security forces from carrying out their duties. They supplied these elements with the necessary funds, weapons, explosives and firearms to carry out their terrorist crimes.
At the request of the Public Prosecution, security investigations were carried out and they concluded that 25 suspects had participated in the terrorist group.
The arrested suspects confessed to the charges levelled against them.
In some of the suspects homes and hideouts, tools and materials they used in committing their crimes were seized. The Prosecution’s investigation relied on the victims’ testimonies, investigations, officers who carried out the arrests, seized materials, confessions of the suspects, technical and medical reports, and photographic evidence conducted with some of the suspects on how they committed their crimes which matched their confessions.

Source:BNA

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