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Deposed Egypt prosecutor-general blames police for inaction on killing of protesters

Ahram Online, Saturday 24 Nov 2012
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Speaking at the extraordinary judges' general assembly on Saturday, the ousted prosecutor-general Abdel-Meguid Mahmoud attempted to rebutt accusations that his office was slow or ineffective in prosecuting those who killed unarmed protesters after the January 25 uprising by pointing fingers at the ministry of interior for not referring any suspects to his office.

Mahmoud slammed the ministry of interior saying that it failed to provide the prosecutors with evidence or suspects in the violent attacks against the anti-SCAF protesters in 2011.

"The ministry of interior has never referred any suspects to the office of the prosecutor general in the Two Saints church bombing in January 2010, Maspero massacre October 2011, Mohamed Mahoumd clashes in November 2011 and the cabinet clashes December  2011."   

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