Six paramilitary soldiers sentenced to death in Sudan

Six protesters were killed during demonstrations over fuel and food shortages

Six protesters were eliminated throughout presentations over fuel and food lacks

A Sudanese court has actually sentenced 6 members of a paramilitary group to death for eliminating protesters throughout the 2019 presentations over fuel and food lacks.

The shooting of the 6 protesters, who consisted of 4 schoolchildren, triggered days of violent demonstrations throughout Sudan.

Issuing the sentence, Judge Ahmed Hassan al-Rahma stated the 6 members of the Rapid Support Forces (RSF utilized unneeded and extreme force throughout the July 2019 demonstrations.

The 6 are sentenced to be hanged, however under Sudanese law they can appeal.

Another RSF member was described a juvenile court as he was listed below 18 at the time of the presentations.

One of the implicated was acquitted.

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Six paramilitary soldiers sentenced to death in Sudan