Hearing for case against Hamada Al-Masri was postponed to tomorrow

May 29th, 2013 by Editor

The South Cairo Criminal Court in Al-Tagamu’ Al-Khamiis discussed lawsuit no.49 issued in 2013 against Hamada Badawi Muhammad Mohammad also known as Hamada Al-Masri and four others. The court decided to postpone the hearing of the case to Thursday, 30 May 2013.


Mr. Hafez Abu Seada, attorney at law and head of the Egyptian Organisation of Human Rights (EOHR), Mr. Samih Ashour, the chairman of the Egyptian Bar Organisation, and Dr. Mahmud Kabeesh, dean of the College of Law at Cairo University defended him and pleaded his case. The first defendant Ahmad Hamdi Abd  Al-Rahman Mahmud was interrogated upon the request of the defence.


Ahmad Masood Al-Tahawi, an associate of the Department of Investigation called ‚The Red Path’, gave testimony concerning the inspection of the car.


Colonel Muhammad Ahmad Said Mahgoob, head of the Department of Investigation ‚The Red Path’, also gave testimony concerning the inquiries related to the incident.

At that point, the court decided to postpone the hearing of the case to tomorrow.



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