Retired Major General Hassan Moussa, the new executive director of the Zamalek Sports Club, is the former Central Security Forces commander who personally led on the ground the operation to suspend the Rabaa Square sit-in, resulting in the biggest massacre in the history of modern Egypt.
Police have killed Mahmoud Abdel Gawwad, a 33-year-old cook, in the town of Nabarouh, in the Nile Delta province of Daqahliya.
The family of the victim accused the head of Criminal Investigations at the police station, Major Islam Anan, of torturing Abdel Gawwad by electric shocks till he died on 25 July.
An officer in Dar al-Salam Police Station, south of Cairo, has tortured to death a citizen when the latter refused to work as an informer, the victim’s brother charged on Facebook.
Muhammed Hussein posted yesterday on his account a video and pictures of his brother Rami’s body, accusing a police detective, Major Abdel Rahman Ragaei, of the killing.
UPDATE: Police have arrested Muhammad. The photos and video of his killed brother have been deleted from his FB account. The Interior Ministry has also denied any wrongdoing, saying the torture allegations are “rumors, lies and fabrications … spread by the Muslim Brotherhood.”