The Supreme Court permanently closes the case of the Great Mosque of Mecca, after years of judiciary
The Bin Laden Group was found guilty of failing to adhere to the list of safety regulations and protective measures that must be used on building sites by the Makkah Al-Mukarramah Court of Appeal, and the case was permanently closed by the Supreme Court.
According to the Okaz newspaper, which included the requirement of following the necessary technical safety rules, sources confirmed that 8 managers, department heads, executives, and engineers were found guilty and sentenced to 3 years in prison and fines; 3 engineers and supervisors were found not guilty; and the trial of another defendant was suspended because the criminal case against him expired due to his death. Keep an eye out for crane safety.
Additionally, the court recommended that some entities be made criminally liable for their refusal to comply, noting that the cassation motion gave the decision its final status.
Bin Laden's painful crane accident
Being exposed to downward winds with an estimated speed of 80 km/h caused the Saudi Bin Laden Group's crawler crane to crash on Frida evening, 11/27/1436 AH, in the eastern courtyard of the Grand Mosque, causing 110 fatalities, 209 reported injuries in medical reports, and material damage to the Grand Mosque in Mecca