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“Amman Penalty Reconciliation” begins looking into the Al-Weibdeh building case on Sunday

Amman Today

publish date 2022-09-24 23:36:05

On Sunday, the Amman Penal Magistrate’s Court will begin holding its first scientific session to consider the case of the Al-Weibdeh Building, which collapsed on the thirteenth of September, resulting in 14 deaths and 10 injuries.

The three defendants will be represented at the session, which will be held in the presence of the Amman Public Prosecutor and the defense attorneys for the detainees.

The court will ask the defendants whether they are guilty or not guilty of the charges of causing death repeated 14 times and causing injury repeated 10 times.

The court will hear a number of prosecution witnesses in the case.

Last Wednesday, the Public Prosecution announced the end of the investigation into the case of the collapse of an apartment building in the Weibdeh area, after an investigation that lasted for eight days, and decided to transfer the case to the competent court to try the defendants for the crimes they were charged with.

Listen to 21 witnesses

In a previous statement to the Public Prosecutor, Dr. Hassan Al-Abdallat, in which he announced that the Public Prosecution had heard the testimony of 21 witnesses, conducted a number of specialized technical expertise, interrogated the defendants and decided to arrest them, and the number of deaths in the case reached 14 deaths, and 9 injuries.

The Public Prosecution began investigating the case from the moment the incident occurred in the Weibdeh area and was present at the site and collected evidence and evidence, and decided to arrest the building official who is the heir of the building owner, in addition to the building contractor and maintenance technician, and charged them with causing death, repeated 14 times, and causing harm 10 times.

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