Oman: Man gets 10 year prison sentence for money laundering

Dubai: The Omani Court of Appeal has sentenced a public employee to 10 years in jail after convicting him of embezzling 1.2 million Omani riyals and of money laundering, local media reported on Sunday.


The defendant was convicted of embezzlement and money laundering in two separate cases.



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In the first case, the public servant has been handed a five-year jail term and fined 1.2 million riyals.


In the second case, the court sentenced the convicted employee to another five years in jail for money laundering and a fine of 50,000 Omani riyals.


The court also ordered the dismissal of the convicted employee from his post and depriving him from assuming public posts forever. It also ordered the seizure of his funds.

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