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Renewing the Detention of “Alaa Essam” for 45 Days Pending Investigations

29 June 2021

The Third Circuit (Criminal / Terrorism), had decided in Tuesday’s session June 29, 2021, to renew the detention of “Alaa Essam” for 45 days pending Case No. 930 of 2019.

With charges of joining a terrorist group in its activity, Using the Internet to commit a crime, and spreading false news.

7 June 2021

The Third Circuit (Criminal / Terrorism), had decided at Monday’s session June 7, 2021, to renew the detention of “Alaa Essam” for 45 days pending investigations.

With charges of joining a terrorist group in its activity, Using the Internet to commit a crime, and spreading false news, pending case No. 930 of 2019.

29 March 2021

The third circuit (terrorism), decided on Monday 29 March 2021, to renew the detention of “Alaa Essam” for 45 days pending investigations.

After filing accusations such as joining a terrorist group in its activity, Using Internet to commit a crime, and spreading false news, within case No. 930 of 2019.

13 Dec 2020

On December 13, the Third Circuit (Criminal/Terrorism) decided to renew the detention of Alaa Essam for 45 days pending investigations into case No. 930 of 2019, in which he is accused of participating with a terrorist group in one of the group’s activities and using internet websites to commit a crime and to spread false news.
25 July 2020

On July 25th, the Fifth Circuit (Terrorism) decided to renew the detention of Rami Shaath and Alaa Essam for 45 days pending investigations into case No. 930 of 2019, in which they are accused of participating with a terrorist group in one of the group’s activities and using internet websites to commit a crime and to spread false news.

Jun 2, 2020

On June 2, the Second Circuit (Criminal/Terrorism) decided to renew the detention of Alaa Essam for 45 days pending investigations into case No. 930 of 2019, in which he is accused of participating with a terrorist group in one of the group’s activities and using internet websites to commit a crime and to spread false news.

It is reported that the court held the renewal of detention session without the attendance of the detainee.

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