Saudi Arabia: 10 judges facing death penalty for being too soft on human rights
Ten male judges have been hit with high treason charges - a crime punishable by death in repressive Saudi Arabia - after confessing to being too "lenient" in human rights cases
The men have all been charged with high treason – which is punishable by death – after signing confessions admitting they had been too “lenient” is cases involving state security.
One of the judges, Abdu…
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