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Disappointing overrule of Military tribunals appeals.
Disappointing overrule of Military tribunals appeals.
The Appeals Court in Cairo overruled an appeal filed by the Muslim Brotherhood members who were sentenced by Military Tribunal on April 15, 2008 to harsh sentences which ranged from 3-10 years.
Wednesday, November 18,2009 09:54
IkhwanWeb

  The Appeals Court in Cairo  overruled an appeal filed by the Muslim Brotherhood members who were sentenced by Military Tribunal on April 15, 2008 to harsh sentences which ranged from 3-10 years. 

The fifth session which took place on November 5 had numerous defense lawyers involved namely: 

Mohamed Toson

Nasser Alhafy

Sayed Gad Allah

Khaled Badawy

Saeed Alsadek

 

Plaintiffs who filed appeals include:

Eng. Khayrat el- Shater

Dr Mohamed Ali Beshr

Hassan Malek

Eng. Ahmed Shousha

Eng. Sadek Alsharkawy

Eng. Ahmed Ashraf

Sayed Maarouf

Eng. Mamdouh El-Husseiny

Dr Farid Galbat

Dr Diyaa el-Deen Farahat

Dr Salah Aldesouky

Fatthy Mohamed Baghdady

Eng. Ayman Abdul Ghany

Dr Essam Abdul Mohsen

Dr Mahmoud Abu Zeid

Mustafa Salem

Dr Essam Hashish

tags: Al Shater / MIlitary Tribunals / Military Court / State Security / MB Detainees / Ali Beshr / Hassan Malek
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