Bangladeshi judge Ali Noor said he was a "bit surprised" when he saw four accused criminals in his courtroom. The four, charged with looting and causing criminal damage, are a little younger than most other criminals he's seen: The oldest is just two years old. Press reports say it's easy to file criminal complaints in the country, and they are often used harass people. Noor says that may well be the case here, but he's going to wait for a police investigation. The children were released on $50 bond each.
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