Once again, if you are not familiar with the name "Bidun", please go a head and check this blog label that has all my previous explanatory writings on the case of the stateless (undocumented) of Kuwait, so to spare you the repetitive introduction.
I have previously wrote a post on how a group of Bidun men in Kuwait will be facing trials in December for protesting; as Kuwait does not allow you to protest if you are not a citizen, and even citizens need to get a permission from the ministry of interior affairs to do so.
Here, I bring you the four pages document (taken from the Kuwaiti Bidun movement website) that was signed by the public prosecutor (on the 24th of August 2011) to call those protesters to court. The document has in the first two pages the names of those 31 protesters and in the other two pages the reasons why they are called to court, which I have translated to English below, for the international community and media to better understand the situation, as those protesters need attention and international pressure so they won't face injustice for practicing their human right of speaking up and demonstrating.
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The reasons public prosecution wants to bring protesters to court:
1- They have, with other unknown persons, attacked public employees (policemen who their names are written in the investigation), by resisting them with force and violence while the latter were trying to do their job duties in ending a protest which was organized by those accused with others unknown, in aim to hold down the duties of the policemen and causing injuries documented by primary medical reports attached, as investigation found out.
2- They have participated with others unknown, in a gathering that had more than 5 persons in a public place to make crimes and disturb public order and they stayed gathered even after authorities ordered them to leave. Some of them were carrying solid things (stones) that they used to attack police men with causing injuries, as our investigations found.
3- They have organized and participated with others unknown, in a protest that is not permitted and did not respond to the orders made to them by authorities to stop it. They used force and attacked police men, as our investigations found.
Therefore, Public prosecution asks the criminal court to punish those charged according to the mentioned articles, as we attach with this report a list of proofs.