Afghan Supreme Court Confirms Death Sentence for Adel, Culprit of Kabul University Attack
The Supreme Court has announced that anti-terrorism justice center confirmed the death sentence for Adel, one of the culprits of the Kabul University attack.
The court also charged those accused of involving in Kabul University attack to pay three million Afghanis in compensation to Kabul University.
According to the Supreme Court press release published on Thursday, a trial was held to try the perpetrators of the attack on Kabul University, who were also charged with terrorist activities,
kidnapping, membership in IS-K group, assassination of government employees, national treason, fraud and illegal carrying of weapons.
Adel was also sentenced to 21 years in prison in the case of membership in the IS-K group, to three years in prison for forgery of identity cards, and to 12 years in prison in connection with five abduction cases.
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