Wednesday, February 5, 2014
The conclusion of a trial for state compensation regarding Mr. Suraj’s case
On Monday, February 3rd, the trail for state compensation of Mr. Suraj’s case came to conclusion.
On that day, the seats for the observers were fully occupied and around 20 people wishing to attend even had to stay in a waiting room.
Although it was the closing arguments, there were only arguments given by the plaintiff and no arguments by the defendant made.
The trail began with the final opinion statements by wife as a plaintiff.
Some observers could not stop crying while hearing the wife's statements filled with a lot of memories with Mr. Suraj: a moment of drawing some illustrations, an episode at his favorite noodle restaurant, conversations between the two as they often took a walk to a park during the spring season.
At the beginning of the trail, the wife stated “Ever since I lost where my heart belongs to, my time has stopped.” Through her statement, we all could not help expressing a wish that a better and fair judgment would be made to help the wife move forward.
(The information about opinion statements and report by the legal team will be shared shortly.)