A Jordanian newspaper revealed that Basem Awadallah, the former head of the royal court, and Sharif Hassan had confessed to the charges against them in the “sedition” case linked to Prince Hamzah bin Al Hussein, half-brother of King Abdullah II.
Confessions of Bassem Awadallah and Sharif Hassan, documented with audio and video
The Jordanian newspaper, Al-Anbat, indicated that Bassem Awadallah and Sharif Hassan signed the investigation minutes without coercion.
The newspaper quoted sources as saying that the confessions were documented by audio, video and signature.
She said that the resort of the accused, Basem Awadallah, to the assistance of an American lawyer is to reduce the sentence and nothing more, since he holds American citizenship.
The newspaper considered that this scenario “will relax the official mind and the Jordanian situation as a whole, instead of entering into sessions that will enjoy popular and international follow-up, and may create sensitivity to Arab parties.”
The sources confirm that the interference or involvement of these Arab parties was not at the level of leadership, but in a bilateral or trilateral arrangement with Jared Kushner.
According to the volume of confessions made by the two defendants in the initial stages of the investigation, it revealed that the number of those involved far exceeds the size of those who were arrested at the beginning of the sedition, before the King intervened in releasing the less involved or deceived parties.
Two days ago, the Public Prosecutor of the Jordanian State Security Court, Bassem Awadallah and Hassan Zaid Hussein Al Hashem, referred to the Public Prosecutor of the Court in preparation for submitting it to the judges for the start of their trial. According to the official Jordan News Agency (Petra)
The newspaper considered that the decision to transfer the file of the accused, Bassem Awadallah and Sharif Hassan, to the State Security Court’s prosecutor, was an event that Jordanians eagerly awaited, amid legal expectations that the public prosecutor would accept the case file and refer it to the court.
Two Arab capitals and Tel Aviv were involved in the sedition incident
The Nabataeans said: “Here come the critical questions, about the form of the witnesses and the extent of the involvement of regional parties. The government agencies did not want to disclose them publicly or in whispers, despite all the talk about it in the political and popular councils, which confirms the involvement of regional parties, but the Jordanian political, economic and social circumstance makes it He refrained from going into this conversation, contenting himself with the official statement and not commenting on the leaks published by the Western press.”
The newspaper confirmed that it had heard equivocal answers about regional interference from government and official references about the involvement of two Arab capitals (apparently referring to the UAE and Saudi Arabia), in addition to Tel Aviv in the sedition incident.
But well-informed sources confirmed that a loud wave of electronic flies was aimed at straining the atmosphere, roaming the worlds of social networking sites, estimated at hundreds of thousands of fake accounts, and their source was the three capitals, and even sources hinted that the strife was ready and prepared to launch without vigilance and efficiency.
The scenario that official references seek for the trial format is a trial in the style of a bullet or bullet – a metaphor for the court’s speed in issuing the verdict – so that the defendants confirm their confessions before the public prosecution and answer the court’s question by admitting their guilt, -guilty – and ratify their signatures on their initial confessions, and therefore they are not There are hearings and calling witnesses.
According to the Jordanian legal expert, Basem Freihat, in a statement to Anadolu Agency, the indictment against Basem Awadallah and Sharif Hussein “is a preliminary result of the investigation showing the presence of a violation, followed by a series of procedures, all the way to the courtroom.”
Release those involved
The Public Prosecution of the Jordanian State Security Court had previously decided to release 16 of the 18 detainees in the case related to Prince Hamzah bin Al Hussein.
The decision to release excluded the former head of the royal court, Basem Awadallah, and Sharif Hassan bin Zaid, according to a statement by the Public Prosecutor of the Court, Hazem Al-Majali.
He explained, “They were not released in connection with their different roles and differences, the facts attributed to them and the degree of incitement that differs from the rest of the accused who were released,” without further details.
The prosecution’s decision came less than an hour after the country’s King, King Abdullah II, directed officials to follow the “appropriate legal mechanism” to release those arrested in the case.
King Abdullah also met at Al Husseiniya Palace in the capital, Amman, in the presence of his crown prince, figures from several governorates, who appealed to him to “forgive those who were led behind the strife,” according to a statement by the Royal Court
In response, the king said: “As a father and brother to all Jordanians, and in this holy month, the month of tolerance and compassion, in which we all want to be surrounded by our families, I ask the concerned brothers to consider the appropriate mechanism, so that every one of our Prime Time Zone is motivated, misled and wrong or Dragged behind this sedition, with his family as soon as possible.”
The King of Jordan began his speech by saying: “What happened was painful, not because there was a direct danger to the country. The sedition, as I spoke, stopped it, but if it had not stopped from its beginning, it would have taken the country in difficult directions.”
He added, “Our country is strong with your presence, and my trust in our institutions has no limits.”
He continued: “My duty, my goal, and the trust that I bear is to serve and protect our Prime Time Zone and our country, and this is the basis that defines and defines our dealings with everything.”
On April 4, Jordan announced “preliminary investigations” that showed the involvement of Prince Hamzah, 41, with “foreign parties” in “attempts to destabilize the country’s security” and “mobilize citizens against the state.” Which the prince denied.
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