Dubai: Dubai Public Prosecution said today it would not initiate legal procedures against a group of students accused of leaking the biology question paper.
Counselor Mohammed Ali Bu Abdullah, Chairman of Family and Juveniles Prosecution, announced that Attorney General Essam Al Humaidan, had issued an order in that respect.
He said massive investigations with six students and brother of one of the suspects over the leak of the biology examination had found that an unknown person had leaked the paper, but had not been identified.
He said that students had received answers of the exam through multimedia, including the BlackBerry Messenger, on the morning of the test, but none of them was sure that those answers were of the said paper until they sat for the test. They, he added, were shocked to discover the truth before their eyes.
The Public Prosecution concluded that no evidence of criminal intent to disclose secrets had been established against those interrogated and the Public Prosecutor saw no logic to file a case against them.