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Cairo Criminal Court adjourns Morsi retrial in jailbreak case to April 9

Mon, Mar. 5, 2018
CAIRO - 5 March 2018: Cairo Criminal Court on Monday adjourned till April 9 the retrial of ex-president Mohamed Morsi and members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group over charges of assaulting security and police facilities in the case related to mass jail breaks in 2011.

The decision was made to continue hearing the testimony of eyewitnesses.

In June 2015, Cairo Criminal Court issued death sentences in the case against Morsi, MB supreme guide Mohamed Badie and other key figures of the terrorist group.

In November 2016, the Court of Cassation annulled the sentence and ordered a retrial of the defendants.

They are accused of scheming and helping Hamas and Hezbollah movements to topple the Egyptian regime via elements trained by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps to commit several crimes in Egypt including storming prisons and helping prisoners affiliated to them to flee the prisons.
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