14 ar­rested for e-crimes in Kuwait for in­de­cent videos on YouTube

Kuwait Times - - FROM THE ARABIC PRESS -

KUWAIT: Af­ter an Iraqi born res­i­dent was ar­rested for up­load­ing videos with in­de­cent words to YouTube, e-crime de­tec­tives have now ar­rested an ad­di­tional 14 oth­ers, the ma­jor­ity of whom are cit­i­zens. All have been de­tained in con­nec­tion with the same videos af­ter be­ing named by the prime sus­pect, who ap­peared on the videos en­cour­ag­ing young peo­ple to abuse drugs and com­pete in ex­chang­ing rap-like in­sults us­ing very in­de­cent words and phrases.

Fights in Jahra, Salmiya A search is on for three cit­i­zens, all sib­lings, for al­legedly as­sault­ing a ju­ve­nile and stab­bing him dur­ing a fight in Jahra, said se­cu­rity sources. Case pa­pers in­di­cate that a cit­i­zen re­ported that three of his neigh­bors had as­saulted his son and stabbed him to the shoul­der. The man said that he took his son to Jahra hos­pi­tal for treat­ment be­fore re­port­ing to the po­lice. A case was filed and the sus­pects are be­ing sum­moned. In an­other fight, four male cit­i­zens were ar­rested in Salmiya for fight­ing, said se­cu­rity sources not­ing that one of them sus­tained a head in­jury and was rushed to Mubarak hos­pi­tal for treat­ment while the other three were ar­rested.

Miss­ing girl ar­rested A 21-year-old girl was re­cently ar­rested in Sharq, said se­cu­rity sources, not­ing that the girl had been re­ported miss­ing by her fam­ily. Case pa­pers in­di­cate that the Ira­nian girl stepped out of a taxi be­fore reach­ing a check­point in Sharq, which raised sus­pi­cions of po­lice­men, who chased her on foot. Af­ter catching the woman, po­lice checked and found that she had been re­ported miss­ing.

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