TURKEY: Three boys face eight years in jail for stealing chocolate and biscuits
Three boys, two aged 16- and one aged 17-years old, are currently facing eight year jail sentences in Turkey for stealing chocolate and biscuits from a warehouse in Istanbul. The boys, who are due in court today [Monday], stole the items in December and have been held in a juvenile detention house. Prosecutors say that the crime is a serious one, deserving of eight years behind bars, because they broke the warehouse door.
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