The Public Prosecution Office in Sana’a Governorate, which is under the control of the Houthi militia, issued arrest warrants for a number of former Republican Guard officers on charges of looting citizens’ lands in Bani Matar and killing a notable in the area.
Today, Sunday, the Yemeni scene obtained a memorandum of complaint submitted by the Public Prosecution in Sana’a Governorate to the Director of Security in Sana’a Governorate, which included that the security services did not arrest a number of Republican Guard officers after they committed the crime of killing Sheikh Jamal Ali Ahmed Al-Qarmani and looting lands belonging to citizens in the Qarman area in Sana’a governorate, west of Capital .
The memorandum included the names of 12 former senior officers of the Republican Guard: Ahmed Ali Abdullah Saleh, son of the former president and commander of the Republican Guard and Special Forces, Abu Bakr al-Ghazali, Muhammad Izz al-Din, Sadeq Doweed, Ahmed Moaidh, Abd al-Wahhab al-Qafari, Abd al-Qawi Shujin, and Muhammad Hammoud Al-Rahmi, Abdullah Al-Bazaghi, Mahdi Handal, Abdullah Wathab and Abdullah Al-Qadri.
The Houthi directive demanded the director of security in Sana’a Governorate to communicate with the Minister of Interior to arrest them and bring them to the prosecution so that it can complete the legal procedures.
Al-Qarmani accuses the Republican Guard forces of killing a resident of the area and looting lands belonging to citizens, in addition to blocking roads and burning homes in 2012.