Two South Sudan Pastors Face Death Penalty in Khartoum
May 19, 2015
World Watch Monitor reported in February that Yat Michael and Peter Yen (also named as David Yein Reith in some reports) were held in unknown locations after being arrested during a visit to Khartoum, Sudan’s capital, from their homes in South Sudan, which gained independence in 2011. On 4 May they were charged with a series of offences, two of which - undermining the constitutional system and waging war against the state - carry the possibility of the death penalty or life imprisonment.
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