The Central Criminal Court of Iraq — where U.S. soldiers often go to testify against those they’ve arrested — convicted 10 more detainees between June 14 and June 20, American officials said Monday.

The men were found guilty of crimes ranging from illegal border crossings to weapons possession, and received sentences ranging from one year to life in an Iraqi prison.

The CCCI has held 1,248 trials of suspected insurgents, with 1,076 of those trials resulting in convictions.

In one of the verdicts announced Monday, the court found Salah Aziz Hamid guilty of possession of illegal weapons and sentenced him to life imprisonment. Coalition troops raided his home and found 13 107 mm rockets, nine 82 mm mortars, approximately 2,900 blasting caps, a pressure plate with a detonator attached, and other bomb-making material.

The court also found Zayd Ra An Ahmad guilty of illegally entering Iraq and sentenced him to 15 years imprisonment. Ahmad, a Saudi Arabian arrested during a targeted raid, allegedly later admitted to entering Iraq to conduct jihad.

In another case, the court found Taha Yassin Khalaf guilty of possession of illegal weapons and sentenced him to one year imprisonment. Khalaf’s property contained more than 3,000 rounds of AK-47 ammunition, six hand grenades, multiple mortar rounds and one Dragunov sniper weapon.

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