Police

The Police: Between Accountability and Tolerance

And yet the police were not content with the crimes which are classified as crimes against humanity at the current number and breadth. Indeed, their abhorrent history culminates in facing off against peaceful demonstrators with live ammunition, running them over with armored tank wheels, and releasing thugs from prison to terrorize the people and confront the demonstrators

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To Dr. ‘Isam Sharaf: A Complaint

I present to you, good sirs, a complaint that officers, insofar as they still take orders from Habib al-’Adili and deputy investigator Taha al-Khattat, interfere with citizens in the streets—even women—and take money from them, individually and along with police officers. Until now, they have not changed and corruption still remains in al-Ma’adi.

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Witnesses for the Prosecution Rescind Their Statements

Witnesses for the prosecution committed a crime when they rescinded their statements to the Attorney General’s investigation. They were heard yesterday by the Criminal Courts of Giza, in the second session of the trial of seventeen officers and a policeman in from the police departments of Bulaq, al-Dakrur, Giza, al-Badrishin, and Abu Al-Namrus. They are charged with the murder of demonstrators with surprisingly heavy-gauge shots.

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He is Muhammad Yasin

He sells in all of the governorates, and maintains relations with buyers. He works as an inspector in the Ma‘adi Department of Investigations. He is from Bani Suwayf — Ashmant.

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A Complaint

Muhammad Yasin maintains relations with thugs from Alexandria, and he is in communication with these same thugs who are planning to steal cars and sell them. Yasin is the man who attacked the Christians at the Radio and Television Building, and he works in Intelligence at the Ma’adi department under the supervision of General Muhammad Yas.

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