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Supreme State Security Prosecution renews the detention of Mohamed Mahmoud Abou Mandour for 15 days; because of Facebook posts

Publish Date : Wednesday, 7 December, 2022
Last Update : Tuesday, 17 January, 2023
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16 January 2023 

On January 16, the Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to renew the detention of Mohamed Mahmoud Abou Mandour for 15 days in connection with case No. 2216 of 2022 (State Security).

Abou Mandour was tortured by handcuffing his hands behind him and getting electric shocks during the period of his enforced disappearance that followed his arrest; the 40 years old, Abou Mandour faces charges of joining a terrorist group with knowledge of its aims, committing a crime of financing terrorism, inciting to commit a terrorist act, spreading false news and information that would disturb public peace and order, and using an account on social media to commit a terrorist crime.

3 January 2023 “Supreme State Security Prosecution renews the detention of Mohamed Mahmoud Abou Mandour for 15 days; because of Facebook posts” 

On January 3, the Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to renew the detention of Mohamed Mahmoud Abou Mandour for 15 days in connection with case No. 2216 of 2022 (State Security). In Which Abou Mandour is convicted against Facebook posts he shared expressing his political views. 

Police forces arrested the 40 years old Abou Mandour on November 10; before he was brought before the Supreme State Security Prosecution, he was tortured by handcuffing his hands behind him and getting electric shocks. The Prosecution later charged him with joining a terrorist group with knowledge of its aims, committing a crime of financing terrorism, inciting to commit a terrorist act, spreading false news and information that would disturb public peace and order, and using an account on social media to commit a terrorist crime.

19 December 2022 

On December 19, the Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to renew the detention of Mohamed Mahmoud Abou Mandour for 15 days in connection with case No. 2216 of 2022 (State Security). 

 

Police forces arrested Abou Mandour on November 10, he was detained in an unknown location for his lawyers for 13 days during which he was tortured by handcuffing his hands behind him and getting electric shocks. During the interrogations the Prosecution  confronted him with several posts on his Facebook profile expressing his political views and mocking the current situation, Abu Mandour denied his ownership of the account. 

Abou Mandour is 40 years old employee at a food production company, he faces charges of joining a terrorist group with knowledge of its aims, committing a crime of financing terrorism, inciting to commit a terrorist act, spreading false news and information that would disturb public peace and order, using an account on social media to commit a terrorist crime.

5 December 2022 

 

On December 5, the Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to renew the detention of Mohamed Mahmoud Abou Mandour for 15 days in connection with case No. 2216 of 2022 (State Security).

Abou Mandour is 40 years old employee at a food production company, Security forces arrested him on November 10; he was illegally detained for 13 days till he appeared before the Supreme State Security Prosecution, which interrogated him with several posts on Facebook, Abou Mandour denied his ownership of the publishing account.

Investigation authorities charged him with joining a terrorist group with knowledge of its aims, committing a crime of financing terrorism, inciting to commit a terrorist act, spreading false news and information that would disturb public peace and order, using an account on social media to commit a terrorist crime.