A preliminary appointed authority in Banjul yesterday released 3 warriors and 2 regular people who were blamed for treachery and connivance to conspiracy.
Sub-Lieutenant Omar Colley, Corporal Bakary Njie and Corporal Barra Touray, all individuals from the Gambia Military were delivered. In one more arm of the path, the two regular citizens for the situation – Mustapha Jabbi and Saikou Gassama – were likewise delivered.
Court releases 3 soldiers, 2 civilians in coup trial
Representative Head of Public Indictment Abdul Maita Yusuf close by Senior Legal counselors Patrick Gomez and Lamin Jarju showed up for the State.
The indictment informed the court that they had documented another bill of prosecution against the blamed people and they applied for the court to strike out the exchange charge sheet by the police from the Banjul Justice’s Court.
Guard Attorney Lamin S. Camara made an application for the court to release Corporal Bakary Njie and Corporal Barra Touray, since their names were not referenced in the new bill of prosecution. Legal counselor Abdoulie Jarju likewise made comparative application as for Second Lieutenant Omar M. Colley, whose name didn’t show up in the new arraignment. Attorney Jarju requested that the court request for his restoration.
DDPP Yusuf for the State said the warriors whose names were not referenced in that frame of mind of prosecution were not charged for any wrongdoing subsequently, their freedoms and honors won’t be impacted.
Equity Basiru V.P. Mahoney struck out the exchange case from the justice’s court.
In a comparative matter, in regards to a similar claimed upset plot, the court released two regular citizens who were captured, charged at the justice’s court and confined in regard of the overthrow. The names of Mustapha Jabbi and Saikou Gassama were not in that frame of mind of prosecution under the watchful eye of the court. The police charge sheet was struck out. Sub-Controller Fabakary Jawara was referenced in the new bill of prosecution and he is accordingly anticipating preliminary.