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Saudi court revokes Montrealer's death sentence

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posted on Jan, 10 2010 @ 11:47 PM
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Saudi court revokes Montrealer's death sentence


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Saudi Arabia's highest court has revoked the death sentence against Montrealer Mohamed Kohail, arrested after a fatal 2007 brawl, Foreign Affairs Minister Lawrence Cannon confirmed Saturday.

Kohail, 24, was facing a public beheading for the death of Munzer Haraki, 19, who died after a schoolyard fight in Jeddah. But the country's Supreme Council has ordered a new trial.

"The Government of Canada has repeatedly raised the cases of Sultan and Mohamed Kohail directly with senior Saudi ministers,
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posted on Jan, 10 2010 @ 11:47 PM
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I don't understand how our governments can stick their noses in an other country's court system when we don't accept any outside interference... The Canadian government fought with our tax dollars to get this guy to go free and sent back to Canada. To that I say, too bad for him!. He knew the consequences of being in a fight in that country, and it's now up to him to face them.

This is exactly why the world is in conflict, nobody minds their own business...

Peace,

Magnum

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