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Criminal Court renews the detention of Mohamed Mahfouz Abdul Latif for 45 days

Publish Date : Tuesday, 14 June, 2022
Last Update : Tuesday, 10 January, 2023
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3 January 2023 

On January 3, the Criminal Court (the Council Chamber) renewed the detention of Mohamed Mahfouz Abdul Latif for 45 days, in connection with case No. 2000 of 2021 (Supreme State Security Prosecution).

Earlier, AFTE filed two requests to the Supreme State Security Prosecution demanding Abdul Latif’s release following the approach of those who were released pending the same case, in addition to referring Abdul Latif to a pulmonologist and a nephrologist to receive suitable health care for his conditions.

Security forces arrested Abdul Latif in August 2021; he faces charges of joining a terrorist group (Ultras White Knights), publishing false news and information, and using social media to spread false information. 

14 December 2022

On December 14, the Association for Freedom of Thoughts and Expression submitted two requests before the Supreme State Security Prosecution to release Mohamed Mahfouz Abdul Latif pending Case No. 2000 of 2021, likewise those who were released pending the same case.

The second request is to refer Abdul Latif to a pulmonologist and a nephrologist, as he can’t receive appropriate medical care for his condition.

Security forces arrested Abdul Latif in August 2021 from his workplace in Faggala, Cairo, and detained him illegally for two weeks before he was brought before the Supreme State Security Prosecution, which charged him with joining a terrorist group (Ultras White Knights), publishing false news and information, and using social media to spread the false information. 

7 July 2022 “Mahmoud Abel El-Dayem released under guarantee of his residence” 

Today, the Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to release Mahmoud Ahmed Abel El-Dayem, under the guarantee of his place of residence, in connection with Case No. 2000 of 2021 (Supreme State Security Prosecution).

Abel El-Dayem was arrested last August, he appeared for the first time before the Supreme State Security Prosecution on September 6, which in turn charged him with joining a terrorist group, spreading false news, and using an account on social media to spread the false news.

13 June 2022 

Yesterday, the Supreme State Security Prosecution decided to release Marwan Ahmed Ali, under the guarantee of his residence, in connection with Case No. 2000 of 2021 (Supreme State Security).

Marwan was arrested last August 11, he appeared before the Supreme State Security Prosecution on September 6, which charged him with joining a terrorist group, spreading false news, and using a social media account to spread the false news and statements.