Posts Tagged: مصطفى شحاتة

Mustafa Shehata to face administrative investigation

Police Lieutenant Mustafa Shehata who appeared in the notorious “slaps” video will be referred to an “administrative punitive board within the Giza Security Directorate,” reported Al-Masry Al-Youm. This means basically Shehata will sit in front of a bunch of fellow police officers to be judged for showering detainee Ahmad Gad with slaps (and who knows

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Bulaq torturers to be tried

The Bulaq al-Dakrour Police Station agents involved in the sexual abuse of driver Emad Kabeer have been officially referred by the prosecutor to court, reports Al-Masry Al-Youm today. The South Cairo Prosecutor decided yesterday that Police Captain Islam Nabih Abdel Salam Awad, 29, and Police Corporal Reda Fathi el-Sayyed Abu Fatma, 28, would face charges

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El-Adly Videogate snowballs

The Egyptian police brutality videos scandal is snowballing. Rights lawyer Nasser Amin told Al-Masry Al-Youm that he was close to identifying the woman who appeared in one of the police brutality videos, getting whipped by a plainclothes police official. Amin said the woman worked for the Egyptian State TV & Radio, and that the torture

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Victim of police rape video identified

The officer who appeared in the “slapping video” has been identified by the independent weekly Al-Fagr. His name is Lieutenant Mustafa Shehata, of El-Haram Police Station in Giza. Though an Interior Minister official told Wael Abdel Fattah of Al-Fagr, the officer was under “administrative detention,” it turned out the officer was still working at the

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