Malala’s offenders are on freedom again

Malala’s offenders are on freedom again

Last month, 10 people were condemned for spending 25 years in prison for trying to kill a young activist, Malala Yousafzai. But this Friday, 8 of the 10 criminals were released after they won the appeal process in court.

Most of the 10 Taliban criminals that attacked Malala, were set free today.

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Last month, 10 people were condemned for spending 25 years in prison for trying to kill a young activist, Malala Yousafzai. But this Friday, 8 of the 10 criminals were released after they won the appeal process in court.

Malala Yousafzai

Malala Yousafzai

Authorities explained this act of theirs as the following: ‘the eight men were set free on Friday because of not enough evidence of their crimes’, stated the officials.

This year, at the late April, the criminals that attacked Malala’s bus were condemned to spending 25 years in prison for planning and trying to kill the teenager activist girl. According to the court workers, all of the ten men made a confession in front of the judge that they took part in the attack on Malala that took place in 2012 and ended with Malala appearing in the hospital bed. Also, two of her friends that were on the ill-fated bus that day got injuries of the different state. The Pakistani Taliban took responsibility for the cruel attack.

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