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MUBARAK’S FORMER INTERIOR MINISTER FOUND GUILTY OF ABUSING HIS POSITION

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On 2 February, Mubarak’s former interior minister, Habib Al-Adly, was found guilty of abusing his position to force police conscripts to work on his mansion and land on the outskirts of Cairo. Both he and former riot police chief, Hassan Abdel-Hamid, were sentenced to three years in prison and fined around $340,000. The verdict can be appealed. Al-Adly is already serving time for corruption and was sentenced to life in prison with Mubarak for failing to prevent the killing of nearly 900 protesters during the 2011 revolt that ousted Mubarak. Both men appealed, and will be given a retrial.



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