Egypt: The Administrative Prosecution refers the "lady of the court" to the pension

The Administrative Prosecution Authority in Egypt decided to refer Chancellor Noha Al-Imam to a pension, after referring her to the felonies in the incident of assaulting an officer.

A statement issued by the Administrative Prosecution Authority said that the Supreme Council of the Administrative Prosecution headed by Counselor Issam Al-Minshawi, Chairman of the Authority, during a session held today, referred Noha Al-Imam Mr. Muhammad Al-Imam Al-Sheikh, the General Prosecutor for the Administrative Prosecution, to the pension, in implementation of the provisions of the law.

Counselor Hamada Al-Sawy, the Attorney General, referred Noha Al-Imam, known as "the lady of the court", to criminal trial.

For assaulting a police officer while he was performing his job.

According to a statement issued by the Public Prosecution, the defendant is facing charges of insulting a police officer by gesturing and saying while performing his job, and violating him by force and violence during and because of that, and happened with her transgression that resulted in injuries to him, as well as deliberately destroying movable money that she does not own, which resulted from it. Financial damage, according to the Egyptian newspaper "Al-Watan".

The Public Prosecution investigations had concluded that the defendant assaulted the commander of the guards of the Heliopolis Courts Complex by saying that if he inspected the security situation in the court, after he had instructed her to wear a medical mask in accordance with the precautionary measures, and to stop photographing some of the court employees while performing their duties, which constitutes an act punishable by law.

Investigations revealed that when the officer kept her mobile phone to stop filming, she assaulted him, destroyed his military rank and a wireless device in his possession and caused injuries to him, so he was seized and drew a note of the incident with a photo attached to it, which was circulated on social media.

The Public Prosecution had asked a lawyer and a worker who was present at the court at the time of the incident, and they testified to the content of the victim’s testimony, and confirmed that the defendant had assaulted him by speaking and beating him in addition to what she had destroyed, while the accused claimed in her interrogation that she was defending herself after the officer had made an altercation with her.

The Public Prosecution examined the defendant’s phone and found 6 photographs taken from inside the court, in which some hesitants and employees appeared, and it was proven that they were taken on the day of the incident. Accordingly, the Public Prosecution decided that there is sufficient evidence in the papers to present the accused to criminal trial for the crimes she had committed.

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