SAUDI ARABIA: THREE MIGRANT WORKERS ON DEATH ROW RELEASED
December 27, 2011: three Indonesian migrant workers facing death penalty in Saudi Arabia had been freed by the authority following forgiveness granted by the victimsâ families. Other than being pardoned, the three workers were not found guilty to have committed the murder as accused.
Bayanah binti Banhawi, 29, Jamilah binti Abidin Rofiâi a.k.a Juariyah binti Idin Rofiâi, and Neneng Sunengsih Binti Mamih, 34, will be flying home today.
Bayanah was accused to have murdered her employerâs 4-year old child when she accidentally splashed the child with hot water from the water tap when she was about to change the childâs diapers.
Jamilah was accused to have killed her employer, Salim al Ruqi, 80.
Neneng was accused to have murdered her employerâs 4-months old baby after she fed the baby with milk. (Sources: VIVAnews, 27/12/2011)