Iraqi judiciary issued a warrant against the 15 (senior) had planned to assassinate
Iraqi judiciary issued a warrant against the 15 (senior) had planned to assassinate al-Maliki
05/02/2012 9:35 News
Revealed close to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, Sunday, the existence of a warrant arrest of 15 officials in the great state were planning to assassinate al-Maliki, indicating that the coming days will witness the issuance of arrest warrants for other people involved in this case and conducted armed operations in other issues.
A member of the state law Adnan al-Sarraj told him that "the Iraqi judiciary issued a warrant against 15 officials in the great state were planning to assassinate Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki."
OS said that "investigations in the case of Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi led to access to these defendants."
And the OS that "the Department of Investigation widening day after day and the coming days will witness the arrest of other people involved in this case and other terrorist operations."
It is said that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said, earlier, that the bombing of the House of Representatives last was targeted personally, stressing that the car was Tfajikhha inside the Green Zone articles of primary and manufacturing local, while the accused parties have influence security and political enemy of the political process of planning the bombing.
A spokesman for the Baghdad Operations Command Qassim Atta said, earlier, that the perpetrators of the bombing of the parliament consisted of two groups, one of Baghdad and the other of Anbar, and confirmed the existence of intelligence information indicating that the car was aimed at the Prime Minister when attending to the parliament, explained that the investigation into the incident continues.
The Ministry of the Interior has offered, in the 19 of December last, Confessions of elements in the protection of Vice President Tariq al-Hashimi affirmed during that Hashemi had cost them personally carrying out assassinations and bombings in Baghdad in return for cash, while issued a Supreme Judicial Council on the background of an arrest warrant for al-Hashemi, in accordance with Article IV of the Anti-Terrorism Act.