– Papers of 4 defendants referred to the Mufti in “Oussim cell” case
Giza Criminal Court, convened at the Police Academy, presided over by Counselor Shaaban al-Shamy, decided to refer the papers of 4 defendants to the Mufti in the case known in the media as the “Oussim cell” case, and set the 19 February hearing to pronounce the verdict.
Giza Criminal Court issues its verdict in the dispersal of al-Nahda sit-in case
Giza Criminal Court, convened at the Police Cadets Institute, presided over by Counselor Sameh Suleiman sentenced 23 defendants to life imprisonment and 15 years aggravated imprisonment for 213 defendants, and 3 years imprisonment for 22 defendants and acquitted 109 others in the case known in the media as the dispersal of al-Nahda sit-in, the court also sentenced the convicted to pay 25 million and 788 thousand Egyptian pounds to the Faculty of Engineering at Cairo University for damages, 2 million and 902 thousand Egyptian pounds for Orman Park, 10 million and 900 thousand Egyptian pounds for the Giza city hall, and 137 thousand Egyptian pounds for the zoo.
– Al-Manshiyya State Security Misdemeanors acquits three defendants accused of protesting
Al-Manshiyya State Security Misdemeanors Court decided to acquit Mohammed Al-Hadidi, Mustafa Tawfiq and Haitham Al-Deeb who were arrested following the imprisonment of Mahienour Al-Masri and Moatassem Medhat on charges of protesting without notice.
– Trial of the defendants accused in the case of the Coalition of Police Cadets postponed
Cairo Criminal Court, convened at the Police Cadets Institute, presided over by Counselor Hassan Farid, decided to postpone the trial of 13 police cadets in the case known in the media as the Coalition of Police Cadets to January 23 to enable defendants to view the case papers.
– Imprisonment renewal for those arrested in front of Mokattam Police Station
South Cairo Court opposition Judge Mohammed Dabbous, decided to renew the detention of 43 defendants for 15 days pending investigation by the South Cairo Incidents Prosecution for assaulting the Mokattam Police Station and Mokattam Specialist Hospital, resisting the authorities and gathering in front of Mokattam Police Station.
– Imprisonment renewal for an assistant detective and a policeman against the backdrop of torturing “Afroto” to death inside al-Muqattam police station
South Cairo Incidents Prosecution, presided over by Counselor Ahmad Ezzeddine Abdel Shafy, the first public prosecutor of South Cairo Prosecution, decided to detain the assistant detective of al-Muqattam police station and a policeman for 4 days pending investigation, on charges of torturing the defendant “Afroto” to death inside the police department.