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Trial of leading police figures adjourned

Criminal court adjourns the trial of police figures accused of ordering live fire to be used on protesters in Qalioubiya until ‎4 June

Ahram Online, Saturday 2 Apr 2011
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Shoubra El-Kheima Criminal Court adjourned until ‎4 June, ‎upon the request of the defence team, the trial of leading police figures accused of ordering the killing of protesters in ‎Qalioubiya during the January 25 Revolution. ‎

Security chief of Giza Farouk Lashin, who held the same position in ‎Qalioubiya, is the most prominent of the four defendants. ‎

Over 600 protesters were killed during the January 25 Revolution that lasted 18 days and resulted in ‎the ouster of ex-president Hosni Mubarak on 11 February.‎

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