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Criminal Court orders to renew the detention of Ahmed El-Toukhy for 45 days

Publish Date : Sunday, 20 June, 2021
Last Update : Thursday, 17 March, 2022
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16 March 2022

Yesterday, The Criminal Court (The Third Circuit Terrorism) decided to renew the detention of Ahmed El-Toukhy for 45 days in connection with his second case, Case No. 955 of 2020 (Supreme State Security Prosecution).

El-Toukhy is charged with joining a terrorist group, spreading false news and statements that could disturb public security and order, using a social media account, “Facebook,” to spread the false news and statements.

13 December 2021 

On Monday, December 12, The Criminal Court (The Fourth Circuit Terrorism) decided to renew the detention of Ahmed El-Toukhy for 45 days in connection with Case No. 955 of 2020 (Supreme State Security Prosecution).

El-Toukhy headed to the National Security Premises, on September 26, 2020, based on a phone summon. It was mentioned in the case report that he was arrested through ambushes near his house to capture him, he didn’t appear until January 12, 2021, before Shebin Elkom Prosecution that decided to include him in Case No. 532 of 2021, and on March 21 of the same year, the Criminal Court issued a decision to release him; however, the decision wasn’t implemented, and he was rotated in the current case.

El-Toukhy is charged with joining a terrorist group, spreading false news and statements that could disturb public security and order, using a social media account, “Facebook,” to spread the false news and statements.

19 June 2021

The Supreme State Security Prosecutions decided yesterday June 19, 2021, to detain “Ahmed El-Toukhy” for 15 days pending Case No. 955 of 2020 Supreme State Security.

He was charged with joining a terrorist group, spreading false news and statements that could disturb public security and order, using a social media account “Facebook” aiming to spread the false news and statements.

It should be noted that he had a release order from the Criminal Court on March 21, 2021, pending Case No. 532 of 2021 Shibin Al Qanater misdemeanor, but that order wasn’t implemented, and he was unjustly detained in an unknown place for his family and lawyers until he was presented before the prosecution yesterday.

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