Protest calls for changes to court system after acquittal
Case tossed over trial delays.
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After seeing the man accused of killing his son acquitted because of delays in court proceedings, Amine Nayel is pledging to make noise until the system changes.
“My son’s murder will not go in vain and it’s not only us. It’s everybody in this country that is awaiting closure in their case,” he said.
The ruling stemmed from a new decision of the Supreme Court that set new time lines for when major trials should be completed.
“They don’t care about the victim we have no rights,” he said. “We as the victims were treated like a piece of garbage.”
Nayel said this is the first of many protests. He said they can’t allow this decision to stand not just for their family, but for all the other victims who are awaiting trials.
“This is a start. We need a better support group and we are going to get