Cairo-The Supreme Constitutional Court rejected the lawsuit filed by the former Muslim Brotherhood MP Muhammadi Abdel Maksoud to suspend his conviction and 10 years prison sentence in the case known in the media as “Al-Shohada Square in Helwan”, which took place on 26 July 2013, in which the defendants were sentenced to prison terms ranging from 10 to 15 years.
Cairo Appeal Court sets a hearing for the retrial of 3 defendants in “Maadi gathering”
Cairo Court of Appeal decided to set the hearing of April 2 to consider the retrial of 3 defendants accused in the “Maadi gathering” case, in case number 10866 for 2015 Dar al-Salam Criminal, before Giza Criminal Chamber. The prosecution pressed charges of protesting without a license and possession of leaflets that incite against state institutions in Maadi.
Cairo Appeal Court sets a hearing for the retrial of 10 defendants in “The Constitutional Court Incidents”
Cairo Court of Appeal decided to set the hearing of April 22 to consider the retrial of 10 defendants accused in the “Constitutional Court incidents” case, which took place on January 3, 2014, before Giza Criminal Chamber. The prosecution pressed charges of gathering, protesting without a license and possession of leaflets that incite against state institutions.
The State Security Prosecution continues investigations with Abul Fotouh
The State Security Prosecution continues today investigations with Abdel Moniem Abul Fotouh the head of Strong Egypt party in case number 440 for 2018 State Security on charges of joining a terrorist group and planning to overthrow the Egyptian state by inciting, questioning and causing polemic on a media outlet hostile to the Egyptian state.
Mansoura Criminal Court sentenced five defendants to aggravated imprisonment over “Acts of violence in Dakahleya”
Mansoura Criminal Court sentenced five members of the Muslim Brotherhood to three years aggravated imprisonment for possessing leaflets and joining a terrorist group that incites to violence and vandalism.
Trial of 215 defendants in “Helwan Brigades” postponed
Cairo Criminal Court, convened at the Police Cadets Institute in Tora, decided to postpone the trial of 215 defendants, out of which 140, were accused of froming armed groups to carry out hostile operations against police officers and police facilities and destruction of public property and facilities, especially electricity towers, known in the media as Helwan Brigades to May 20 for defense requests.
Cairo Criminal Court postpones the retrial of Ahmed Douma in the Cabinet of Ministers Incidents
The 11th terrorism chamber of Cairo Criminal Court postponed the retrial of the activist Ahmed Dumha to April 4 to continue opening the exhibits in the case of violence, arson and riots in the vicinity of the buildings of the Cabinet of Ministers, the People’s Assembly, the Shura Council and the Egyptian Scientific Complex.
State Security Prosecution releases 8 defendants in the ISIL and targeting churches case
The Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to release 8 defendants and to exclude them from the indictment of forming a terrorist group that embraces the Takfiri ideas “ISIL” and providing the cell with funds, weapons and explosives, providing information and safe havens to its members to carry out crimes targeting churches, Christian citizens and vital state institutions, and receiving military training in ISIL’s camps in Syria and Libya, in case No. 465 of 2017 Supreme State Security. The release decision includes the following: Ehab Nabeel Mekki, Mohammed Ali Salem Al Sagheer, Mohammed Abu Sari Mohammed, Abdul Rahman Gomaa Salqami, Mahmoud Kamal Mahmoud Al Maghrabi, Abdul Maqsoud Ismail Mohammed, Sameh Nasr Shaaban and Khaled Nasr Shaaban.
Cairo Criminal Court releases the player of Aswan Club Hamada Al Sayed
Cairo Criminal Court, convened at the Police Cadets Institute in Tora, decided to release with precautionary measures the player of Aswan Club Hamada Al Sayed accused of joining ISIS in case No. 840 of 2017 State Security.