Egypt Independent

Suez court orders release on bail of suspects accused of killing protesters



A Suez criminal court on Monday released all defendants accused of involvement in killing protesters on a LE10,000 bail.

The court also postponed the case to 14 September.
 
Angry families of the victims forced security agents to evacuate the courtroom for fear of clashes.
 
The former Suez security chief, seven policemen, one businessman and his three sons face charges of killing protesters during the 25 January revolution.
 
Suez saw the most violent clashes between protesters and police during the 18-day revolution.
 
Translated from the Arabic Edition