15 January 2013

Egypt: Bani-Suif Criminal Court Acquits the Security Director of Bani Suif and Others From Killing of the Protesters

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Protesters gather in Tahrir Square, Cairo (file photo).

Bani-Suif Criminal Court, in the hearing of Tuesday January 15, 2013, acquits the former Security Director of Bani Suif "General Ahmed Sahwki", Colonel "Mohamed Abdulmaqsoud" the commender of the central security forces, "Mohamed Salah Osman" the director of the inspection and monitoring in the central security forces and Other officers from the killing of the protesters in Bani-Suif deliberately on Janurary 28, 2011. The court also rejected the civil claims brought against them but it referred the officer "Ahmed El-Badawi" who joined the case to the public prosecution to continue the investigations again.

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