Iranian-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen’s capital Sana’a have punished the Taliban for child murderers. These rebels, who had captured the capital Sanaa, took the three accused to a crowded square and shot them dead. After their deaths, the bodies of these people were wrapped in rugs and removed from there. Meanwhile, security guards on duty mocked the defendants. This is the first time since 2018 in Yemen that a criminal has been publicly executed.
The accused wore prison clothes
Those charged with the murder have been identified as Ali al-Nami, 40, Abdullah al-Makhli, 38, and Mohammed Arman, 33. All three resided in Yemen. When all three were taken to Tahrir Square in Sana’a, they were wearing blue prison overalls. After a while, these people were forced to lie face to face on a carpet.
AK-47 shot the accused in the back
Dressed in a green military uniform and black gloves in front of a crowd of hundreds of people, the executioner alternately shot AK-47s in the backs of the three. These defendants died instantly from bullets from lethal rifles like the AK-47 up close. After death, their bodies were wrapped in a red carpet and taken to another location. Witnesses said the executioner smiled as he fired.
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It is said to be the first case of public execution of the death penalty in the capital Sana’a since August 2018. After the shooting, the rebels hung the bodies of the three in the air for a while. time using cranes. It was done to create fear among people about the crime.
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