Three sisters and their brother received prison sentences of between three months and a year after they were convicted of “bullying and theft” misdemeanors, through which they blackmailed their “victims” by threatening them with attempted harassment and rape.
The Amman Criminal Court sentenced the older brother (42 years old) to 8 months in prison, after convicting him of a misdemeanor of interference in theft. It also issued a sentence to imprison the younger sister (29 years) for a misdemeanor of theft.
The theft of money intended for the treatment of a child
According to the court’s decision, the defendant – the younger one – picked up a complainant’s wallet after it fell while he was leaving a hospital in Amman, and stole 1,900 dinars from it, which were intended to pay his daughter’s treatment bill.
When the complainant tried to recover the amount from the young woman, she threatened him: “If you approach me with a complaint, you will be subjected to harassment and rape.”
The court stated that the defendant’s brother tried to run over the complainant while he was escaping from the place, but the CID men chased the vehicle and arrested him along with his sister, who was sitting next to him.
Returning to the criminal restrictions, it was found that the defendant carries 8 theft restrictions, while his sister carries 63 criminal restrictions – theft – with the imposition of house arrest.
In a similar case, the court sentenced their middle sister, 31, to 3 months in prison for theft. The court dropped the common right lawsuit for the crime of extortion, after the complainant dropped his personal right.
Claiming that her mother had cancer
According to the court’s decision, the defendant stopped the complainant and got into the vehicle with him, and asked him to help treat her mother, claiming that she had cancer. When he took out his wallet, the girl kidnapped the wallet with (500-600) dinars inside, then she fled.
And when he tried to get his money back, the defendant grabbed her “dress from the side of her chest with her two hands, and said to him, ‘Public as I am’.”
And it was found by the security services that the defendant carries 61 criminal restrictions, similar to her younger sister, in addition to imposing house arrest on her.
In a third case, their older sister, 39, was convicted of theft and sentenced to six months in prison.
5 dinars before extortion
The defendant got into the complainant’s vehicle, sat next to him, left its door open, and asked him for 5 dinars, but he asked her to leave. She insisted on taking 5 dinars.
During the conversation, I managed to take his phone and negotiated with him for two dinars in order to return it, and threatened, saying: “If you don’t give me two dinars, I will respond to anyone who calls you and tell them this by having sex with me.”
It was found that the defendant bore 16 criminal records in theft, in addition to imposing house arrest on her.
Truth International – Agencies