Cardinal’s would-be assassin released from prison
November 24, 2010
A month after a man attempted to murder Cardinal Gabriel Zubeir Wako of Khartoum during the celebration of Mass, police have released his would-be assassin. Hamdan Mohamed Abdurrahman was released because police have determined that he is mentally unstable, Sudan Catholic Radio reported.
- Cardinal Wako's would-be assailant released from prison on grounds of mental instability (Fides)
- Sudan’s cardinal survives assassination attempt (CWN, 10/12)
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