CAIRO, July 26 (KUNA) -- Egypt's ousted President Mohamed Morsi will be
imprisoned for 15 days after a Cairo court said it would be confronting him
with several accusations, including murder.
The list of accusations assigned to Morsi includes collaborating with Hamas
to carry out hostile acts in the country, attacks on police, officers and army
facilities, as well as storming into and vandalizing prisons, according to
Middle East News Agency (MENA).
The list also includes deliberately torching Wadi Natrun prison, enabling
prisoners and himself (Morsi) to escape prison, destroying prison records,
storming into police stations, vandalizing public buildings and property, the
willful deliberate and premeditated killing of a number of prisoners, officers
and soldiers and the abduction of some of them.
Meanwhile, some 25 central police divisions and dozens of tanks and armored
vehicles have been deployed accross Cairo in anticipation of pro and anti
Morsi protests scheduled to take place on Friday, an Egyptian senior security
official was quoted by MENA as saying.
The central security forces have been heavily deployed to secure the
demonstrations in coordination with the armed forces, said the official, who
added that the Assistant Interior Minister for the central security forces,
General Ashraf Abdullah, has issued directives to put soldiers out of vacation
and on high alert. (end)
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