A Kenyan court found two men guilty, Wednesday, October 7, for supporting the 2013 attack on the Westgate Mall that left 67 people dead.
READ MORE: A Kenyan court has found two men guilty for their roles in the deadly 2013 terrorist attack inside Nairobi’s Westgate Mall. The men were convicted Wednesday of conspiring with and aiding the attackers from the armed Somali group al-Shabab. The court acquitted a third suspect of all charges.
Kenyan authorities arrested four men in 2013 for their alleged roles in the attack. One was released in January 2019.
The other three were in a Nairobi courtroom Wednesday to hear Judge Francis Andayi hand down a verdict.
Andayi found Mohamed Abdi and Hussein Mustafa guilty, while Liban Abdullahi was acquitted due to lack of evidence.