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The charade continues with extended detentions, unusual release orders and a change of heart.
The charade continues with extended detentions, unusual release orders and a change of heart.
MB defense lawyers' appeals overruled yet again.
The Alexandria Criminal court supported the decision made earlier by the Misdemeanors' court to release 11 Muslim Brotherhood detainees earlier today
Wednesday, December 9,2009 13:44


 

 The Alexandria Criminal court supported the decision made earlier by the Misdemeanors' court to release 11 Muslim Brotherhood detainees earlier today. Release orders were issued to:

  • Farag Abou Haroun
  • Galal Nada
  • Gamal Maanowy
  • Saeed Mahdy
  •  Alsayed Saad
  • Mustafa Abdul Maamoun
  • Amr Mahfouz
  • Essam Abdul Mageed
  • Amr Khalaf
  • Mohamed Zakareya
  • Ibrahim Abdul Mowla

 

In a twisted change of heart Chancellor Mahmoud Sameer ordered a 45 day renewal of detention for Abdul Mordy Mohamed who was formerly arrested with the released group and who was facing the same charges.

 

In a related context the misdemeanors' court overruled an appeal filed for 4 Brotherhood members ordering the extension of their detention. The detainees from West Alexandria include:

  • Ahmed Shehata
  • Mohamed Fowzy
  • Mohamed Aladawy
  • Ossama Mohsen

tags: MB Detainees / State Security / Emergency Law / MB Leaders / Egyptian Prisons / Minisrty of Interior / Arbitrary Arrests
Posted in Human Rights , Prisoners of Conscience , MB News  
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