Kuwait’s Criminal Court decided yesterday to postpone the cases of 33 Bedoon protesters to the 29th of April for further investigation. Other 18 Bedoon protesters will be receiving the court’s verdict on the 8th of April. All protesters are accused of vandalism, attacking the police, illegally protesting, and refusing orders to disperse their protest. One of the detainees lawyers, Fawzia Al-Sabah, made a statement in criticism of the trials: The interior ministry is using violence and arrests against the Bedoon illegally to hide the violations that Bedoon protests address and unveil.