Cairo Criminal Court postponed the trial of Mubarak, his sons, Al Adly and his aides to September 7, 2011

September 6th, 2011 by Editor

On September 5, 2011, Cairo Court postponed the trial of Mubarak, the former Egyptian President, and his sons, Gamal and Ala, and the escaping businessman Hussein Salim, General Habeb Al Adely, the former minister of interior, and his aides, who were charged for murdering and injuring civil protesters during the revolution to September 7, 2011. Formerly, the court ordered Adding the lawsuit no. 3624, year 2011, Kasr Al Nile of president Mubarak, the former Egyptian President, and his sons, Gamal and Ala, and the escaping businessman Hussein Salim to the lawsuit no. 1227, year 2011 Kasr Al Nile, of General Habeb Al Adely, the former minister of interior, and his aides, to be discussed together. this lawsuit include General Habib Al Adly, the former minister of interior, General Ahmed Ramzi, head of the central security forces, General Adly Fayed, head of the Egyptian general security, General Hassan Abdel Rahman, head of the state security police, General Ismail Al Shaer, head of Cairo Security Directorate, general Ossama Youssef Al Marasi, head of Giza Security Directorate and General Omar Al Faramawi, head of the 6th of October Security Directorate.

EOHR field unit’s lawyers have been following the lawsuit discussion session held in the Police Academy in Al Tagamoa Al Khames District from 11 am to 9.30 pm. The session included hearing testimonies of four witnesses. They are all police commanders who were eyewitnesses of the revolution events in Cairo.

The court session witnessed clashes between the lawyers who call for the victims’ civil rights and the accused people’s lawyers. The surrounding area also witnessed clashes between the martyrs’ families and the followers of the former president. 22 civilians were injured and 14 security officers were injured too. The police troops arrested 21 of the protesters.

Mr. Hafez Abu Seada, the head of EOHR calls for creation of a mechanism for organizing the court sessions’ attendance. He also confirmed on the importance of taking perpetrators to accountability, as soon as possible, in order to guarantee the rights of the civil protesters. Abu Seada stressed on treating the civilian gathering in front of the court house in peaceful ways and called for releasing the arrested civilians who were not involved in the violence incident that ended with injuries of both the civilians and the security troops guarding the court house and the surrounding area.

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