From Shaan Khan
A Pakistani judge on Monday sentenced Osama bin Laden's three widows and two other family members to a month and a half in prison for illegally living in Pakistan, the widows' lawyer said.
The judge ordered that after their prison term, the five relatives of bin Laden be deported back to their countries of citizenship, said Amir Khalil, the lawyer.
The three widows - identified by U.S. and Pakistani officials as Amal Ahmed Abdul Fateh, Khairiah Sabar and Siham Sabar - have been in Pakistani custody since U.S. Navy SEALs raided bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad and killed the al Qaeda leader in May 2011.
The lawyer did not say how the other two were related to bin Laden.
Pakistani authorities started legal proceedings against the widows, alleging forgery and illegal entrance into Pakistan. They will serve their 45 day sentence in the Islamabad residence where the trial took place, the Khalil said.
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