Egypt's Former President, Mohamed Morsi Slumps & Dies During Court Appearance

Published 8 months ago by: kacy lee
at 17-06-2019 08:15PM (8 months ago)

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Egypt's former President, Mohamed Morsi, has died after fainting during the court session on Monday, in Cairo.

He was speaking before the judge for 20 minutes then became very animated and fainted. He was quickly rushed to the hospital where he later died.

Morsi, who was facing at least six trials, had been behind bars for nearly six years and was serving a 20-year prison sentence for a conviction arising from the killing of protesters during demonstrations in 2012. .

He was also serving a life sentence for espionage in a case related to the Gulf state of Qatar. Other charges against the former president included jailbreak, insulting the judiciary and involvement in "terrorism".



waffibabe at 17-06-2019 09:26PM (8 months ago)
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na wah. president being former or present can never go to jail in Nigeria no matter the crime
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ikpotokin at 17-06-2019 10:59PM (8 months ago)
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THE ARMY HAS POISON HIM. NO CIVILIAN WILL EVER BE PRESIDENT IN AFRICA EXCEPT THIS SO CALLED MILITARY CRIMINALS.
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olowoinlionsden at 17-06-2019 11:11PM (8 months ago)
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What a Country, this Egypt.  Their former god,  Hosni Mubarak, nearly suffered the same fate. A Lesson to their future Presidents, that the Law is really Blind, and probably deaf too.
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