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January 5, 2017 (BOR) -Unknown person set the bench court on fire in Bor town on Thursday morning, no person had been arrested yet.

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The blast destroyed the office, with all the computers, court files and all the furniture.

The surprising fire blast caught the office at about 4 am local according to the deputy mayor, who added that nothing had been rescued.

“The criminal came and drop the fire on the office of the bench court, at around four O’clock this morning”, said Machar Machol Deng, deputy mayor of Bor municipal Council.

Police and criminal investigation department officers are now trying to find the suspect, he said.

The case is already opened, and we are trying to find where did this criminal came from to attack the office of the bench court. We are working hard now w ith the police authority to find the person”, said Machol.

This is not the first of its kind in Jonglei state, in July, 3, 2012 a woman and five children died in a house fire that was, but non found responsible.

(ST)

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  • 6 January 13:36, by Midit Mitot

    Yes, this is Tit for Tat" unprofessional Lawyers are always judging citizens base on their interest, they don,t tell the fact as real lawyers.

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  • 6 January 19:10, by Maguto

    everything was mess by uneducated chief Deng Anyuat and some lawyers without ethics

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