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Muslim Brotherhood's guide Badie sentenced to one year in jail for insulting judiciary

Mohamed Badie, along with 19 other leading Muslim Brotherhood members, is handed a one year prison sentence for insulting the judiciary in the Wadi Al-Natroun Prison case trial

Wednesday 30 Apr 2014
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Cairo Criminal Court sentenced Wednesday 20 leading members of the Muslim Brotherhood in the Wadi Al-Natroun Prison case, including the current head of the Muslim Brotherhood, Mohamed Badie, Saad El-Hossainy and Saad El-Katatni, to one year in jail for insulting the judiciary and judges during the trial.

Badie was already sentenced to death Monday by Minya Criminal Court in the Adawa Police Station case, where he was accused of killing a police officer and inciting violence, among other charges.

Badie is among 130 defendants, including ousted president Mohamed Morsi, accused of breaking out of Wadi Al-Natroun Prison during the early days of the January 25 Revolution in 2011.

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30-04-2014 10:13pm
Judiciary is an insult in itself....
No one has to insult the judiciary as they are doing a good job insulting and making a laughing stock of themselves by meeting out injustice to innocent people and sentencing to death without giving defendants the chance to defend themselves. All these old fart judges need to retire as they are not fair and independent but are rather sisi's henchmen doing his dirty work by getting rid of ALL opposition in sisi's way to him becoming the pharoah.
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