The Kuwaiti judiciary issued sentences of imprisonment from 5 to 15 years for 6 judges, dismissing them from office, confiscating vehicles from them they received as gifts, acquitting a judge and fining another judge 5,000 dinars.
The court imposed imprisonment for various years against male and female employees of the Ministry of Justice, dismissing them from their jobs, and imprisoning businessmen.
The Public Prosecution Office in Kuwait, during its investigations into the second case of the Iranian "Salihi", discovered that there was communication with 10 judges, as it referred two judges to disciplinary action, while it referred 8 judges to the Criminal Court, and referred 3 lawyers, Salehi and 15 others to trial.
The referral of the eight judges came after their immunity was lifted, the first event of its kind in the history of Kuwait.
The criminal court hall in the Palace of Justice witnessed a large crowd of the public to listen to the verdict pronounced by the judge from the podium.