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Renewing the detention of “Ahmed Hassanein Mohamed Moussa” for 45 days Pending Investigations

11 May 2021

The council chamber of the criminal court, decided on its meeting held today, 11 May 2021, at the police secretary academy, to renew the detention of “Ahmed Hassanein Mohamed Moussa” for 45 days pending investigations, Supreme state security.

In which he’s accused of joining a terrorist group, spreading false news, and misusing social media.

6 April 2021

The council chamber of the criminal court, decided on its meeting held on Thursday, April the 6th, at the police secretary academy, to renew the detention of “Ahmed Hassanein Mohamed Moussa” for 45 days pending investigations, Supreme state security.

In which he’s accused of joining a terrorist group, spreading false news, and misusing social media.

17 January 2021

The Criminal Court decided, at its January 17 session, to renew the detention of Ahmed Hassanein Muhammad Moussa, for 45 days pending investigations into case No. 1475 of 2019, State Security, in which he is accused of joining a terrorist group, broadcasting and publishing false news and information, and misuse of social media.

6 Dec 2020

The Criminal Court decided, at its December 6 session, to renew the detention of Ahmed Hassanein Muhammad Moussa, for 45 days pending investigations into case No. 1475 of 2019, State Security, in which he is accused of joining a terrorist group, broadcasting and publishing false news and information, and misuse of social media.

3 November 2020

The Criminal Court decided, at its November 2 session, to renew the detention of Ahmed Hassanein Muhammad Moussa, for 45 days pending investigations into case No. 1475 of 2019, State Security, in which he is accused of joining a terrorist group, broadcasting and publishing false news and information, and misuse of social media.

27 July 2020

The Criminal Court decided, at its July 27 session, to renew the detention of Ahmed Hassanein Muhammad Moussa, for 45 days pending investigations into case No. 1475 of 2019, State Security, in which he is accused of joining a terrorist group, broadcasting and publishing false news and information, and misuse of social media.

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