A military court has returned guilty verdicts against 19 individuals charged with acts of thuggery and terrorising citizens.
Ahmed Saber was sentenced to 10 years in jail and fined LE500 for possessing an unlicensed firearm and live ammunition. He was adjudged guilty of bullying also.
Rami Wasef was convicted of attempted robbery at gunpoint, among other charges. He was handed the same sentence with no fine.
Mahmoud Mahran, Dyaa Eliwa, Mahmoud Abdul-Al, Rami Abdul-Al, Mohamed Abdul-Monem, Abdul-Mawgoud Hamdan and Karim Saied Shehata were each sentenced to 15 years in high-security prison for throwing Molotov cocktails on some Duweiqa residents, among other charges.
Three more were sentenced to 15 years in jail after being indicted on similar charges, while others were sentenced to three and seven years.
All unlicensed firearms were confiscated.
The 25 January Revolution prompted the disappearance of the police for weeks, which saw crime rates soar. Human rights watchdogs and activists have always condemned putting civilians in front of military trials.
The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces has been ruling the country since the overthrow of former President Hosni Mubarak on 11 February. Presidential elections are to be held later this year.