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Criminal Court orders to extend the detention of “Ayman Abdel Moaty” for 45 days

Publish Date : Wednesday, 31 March, 2021
Last Update : Tuesday, 12 October, 2021
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6 October 2021 

Wednesday, October 6, The Criminal Court (The Second Circuit Terrorism) considered the detention order of “Ayman Abdel Moaty” and ordered to extend it for 45 days. This came pending Case No. 880 of 2020.

 The investigations charged ِAbdel Moaty with joining a terrorist group, participating in protests, spreading false news, and using a social media website for that purpose.

29 August 2021

The Third Circuit Criminal Terrorism, considered the detention order of “Ayman Abdel Moaty Abdel Rasol”, and ordered to renew his detention for 45 extra days, this came pending Case No. 880 of 2020, The mentioned court considered the order to renew the detention on Sunday, August 29, 2021, in the presence of AFTE’s lawyer.

The Prosecution charged him with joining a terrorist group, participating in demonstrations, spreading false news, and using a social media website for that purpose.

8 June 2021

The Third Circuit (Criminal / Terrorism), had decided at Thursday’s session June 8, 2021, to renew the detention of “Ayman Abdel Moaty Abdel Rasol” for 45 days pending case No. 880 of 2020.

With charges of joining a terrorist group, participating in demonstrations, spreading false news, and using a social media website for that purpose.

21 March 2021

The third circuit (Criminal / Terrorism) decided at the meeting held on 21 March 2021, to renew the detention of “Badr Ragab Darwish”, “Ahmed Hosny Mohamed”, “Sayed Ali Abdel-Aal”, and “Ayman Moaty Andel-Rasol”, for 45 days pending investigations in case No. 880 of 2020.

The prosecution charged them with joining a terrorist group with knowledge of its purposes, Using social media with the aim of spreading false news, Financing a terrorist group, Participating in rallies, Spreading and broadcasting false news and statements, And assaulting public officials.