The seven-year prison sentence for Khaleejiya was forfeited 20 million land and spent on her boyfriend
Date: 2018-11-22 04:12 PM
Abu Dhabi Criminal Court sentenced yesterday the Gulf of Arabian woman to 20 million bank land, spending a seven-year-old man, his brother and a third, and a fine of 20 million and 500,000 land.
The first defendant (Gulf) court sentenced to seven years in prison, fined 20 million and 500,000 land, and the second accused (Gulf) sentenced to six months' imprisonment, fined 20,000 landlords and was required repaying the amount of two million and 230 thousand banks to the bank victim in line with the First is accused, and punish the third (Gulf) accusation six months imprisonment , and fined the amount of 20,000 landlords, and was required to repay the sum of one million and 200,000 land to the bank in conjunction with the first defendant .
The court ordered the first defendant to pay an amount of AED 9,517,553 to the bank, taking into account the contents of the two previously compatible articles with the second and the third accusation in the amounts required repayment, which is an integral part of this amount,) For three years' imprisonment and a fine of 300,000 landlords and to eliminate the state, and to enforce all of them to withdraw the criminal case, refer the civil case to the competent civil court to hear and confirm the first accused of the charge of dealing with illegal riba.
The details of the case result from seizure of 20 million landlords by the employee of the bank that works in, and is spent on a young man who is seven years younger and a # 39; to a brother and a friend, after the first is bad and married, even though he is married.
Last year stated in June that the defendant was used as the head of one of the counting departments and responsible for the services of a banker who took the power of one of his colleagues, passed a transaction that was not in accordance with established procedures, and the money was deceptive.
Investigations have shown that the accused has fined millions of land on the second, third and fourth defendants. The money included cash, debt payments, luxury cars and special plates, traveling to the European countries on business classes, buying expensive gifts.