Alleged crimes: More than 11 years after his arrest, on October 20, 2014, Al Hossan was informed of the charges against him for the first time in a closed hearing before the Specialised Criminal Court. They included “hosting individuals who have strayed in his house” and “planning with them terrorist attacks”. Al Hossan was denied access to a lawyer throughout his interrogation, custody and trial. During the hearing, he was sentenced to 44 years in prison.
Victim's charges: They included “hosting protesting individuals who have strayed in his house” and “planning with them terrorist attacks”.
Verdict: sentenced to 44 years in prison on terrorism charges on the sole basis of a coerced confession
Date of verdict: sentenced to 44 years in prison on terrorism charges on the sole basis of a coerced confession
Updates on trial: Unknown
Violations: Arbitrary arrest/ detention , Denied access to a lawyer , Denied contact with family, Torture and ill-treatment, Held in Solitary confinement
Violation details: Unknown
Reference 3: https://menarights.org/en/caseprofile/ahmad-al-hossan-arrested-minor-denied-due-process-guarantees-and-sentenced-44-years