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Senior citizens decline to exchange group assault case to Galkayo court, blamed for protecting attackers

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Somalia. Neighborhood older folks in Galdogob have declined to exchange the ‘Galdogob six’ to a Galkayo court to face trial

Galkayo (HOL) – Senior citizens from Puntland’s Galdogob town have overwhelmingly dismisses the exchange of a dubious pack assault case to a Mudug local court in Galkayo, demanding that the case be heard in a Goldogob court.

The fierce assault which was gotten on tape and shared online stunned the Somali and universal group and has drawn worldwide judgment.

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A nearby authority who talked with HOL on state of namelessness has said that there have been a few gatherings lately between older folks, researchers and the attacker’s families that have not yielded any determination. He likewise included that the individuals from culprits’ group expect that they will get brutal discipline if the case is moved to a Galkayo court, which is the principle why reason the seniors decline to remove the six men.

Nearby priests have recommended that the men be whipped and remunerate the casualty yet many say the seriousness of the case, and also the universal judgment, warrant a considerably more genuine discipline than a lashing. The casualty was hospitalized for a month for treatment to genuine wounds taking after the rough assault.

The men are at present detained in a Galdogob imprison as their case is being talked about. Local people report that police have uplifted security around the correctional facility to impede any endeavors to persuasively free the men.

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