Accusations between Houthi leaders of smuggling al-Sheikh Al-Sakani assassin from its prisons in Sana'a

Accusations between Houthi leaders of smuggling al-Sheikh Al-Sakani assassin from its prisons in Sana'a


Security and political leaders of the al-Houthi group exchanged accusations against the backdrop of the smuggling of the al-Sheikh Al-Sakani assassin from the group's prisons in Sanaa by Houthi elements.

Amer al-Marani, deputy head of the Intelligence Department of the Ministry of Defence of the Government of the putschists in Sana'a, said "There are senior officials who interfere in the tasks and competencies of the security services, disrupt them, disrupt the role of the security services by interfering and mediating, and bring criminals out of the grip the security apparatus by virtue of their high positions in the State and their social status  ".

Al- Marani, a leader close to Abdulmalik al-Houthi, commented in a comment on his Facebook page that the man who smuggled the sheikh's Al-Sakani assassin are known by name, referring to a group affiliated with the ruler Abu Ali al-Hakim,  "And I have contacted some of them and I told them shame on you respect yourselves and your posts that you in it even out of respect for the blood of the martyrs some of them got angry and said that I interfere with soothing not my business the curiosity and arrogance made the criminal keep up with the killing of the deceased Sheikh Al-Sakani and it is a shame for every official to interfere in the tasks of any official ".

This comes after Abu Ali Al-Hakim visited the sit-in camp of Sheikhs , who asked them to lift their camps because the murderer had escaped from prison, and Sheikhs threatened to escalate and demand Al-Sakani assassin.


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