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Friday, May 28, 2018

A high-ranking Egyptian military officer is expected to give what was described by his lawyer as a “remarkable” testimony against top generals involved in the deadly July 2013 coup.

According to a source familiar with the case, Colonel Fatwa Hassan is expected to testify that he had used the number of the top generals as code to inform his superiors of the putsch against president Mohamed Morsi in August, 2013.

Meanwhile, the accused top generals have reportedly submitted several photos in which they laugh and joke while they hold Morsy in prison.

Sources familiar with the case have told Asharq Al-Awsat, that one of the photos, taken at Cairo’s Tora prison, is of former head of army intelligence, Abdel Fatah al-Sisi, former head of general staff, Sami Anan, former army chief, Sami Anan and former head of the presidential guard, Saad al-Homsi.

Ajram el-Sharkawy, the attorney of Hassan, told Al-Monitor that the colonel had been initially charged with economic crimes but later it was changed to criminal involvement in the coup. The colonel has been in a Cairo prison since his arrest in August, 2015.

The move to change the charge comes amid public outrage at the acquittal of the generals who were on trial at the same time as Hassan.

Hassan’s lawyer told Al-Monitor that despite the change of the charge, the colonel hasn’t been provided with a fair trial.

Kareem Adel, another high ranking officer, has accused former Minister of Defense Sami Anan of having close ties to the Muslim Brotherhood and of being part of the plot against the minister.

The charges against Hassan and Adel are expected to provide a boost to those Egypt’s National Salvation Front is continuing to press for the

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There is a presumption that state remedies are adequate. The presumption may be overcome only by a showing that the state procedures are either unavailable or ineffective. Heckler v. Ringer, supra, cited in Dittmer, supra at n. 10. Appellee made no attempt to satisfy the due process requirements nor did the trial court make the findings of fact required by Coker v. Georgia, supra, to show that state remedies were either unavailable or ineffective.
Appellee also relies upon the Uniform Commercial Code as the authorizing federal statutory authority. This is inapplicable since the Bank’s acts (incluing, the act of withdrawing the check and returning the draft without notice) were taken prior to the effective date of the Uniform Commercial Code. Ark.Stat.Ann. § 85-3-407 (Add.1961).
In accordance with the above discussion, the judgment of the trial court is reversed and the case is remanded for a trial on the merits.
[1] Article 3 of the Uniform Commercial Code requires a bank or person paying or taking the instrument to pay or return the instrument to the writer within 20 days. Ark.Stat. Ann. § 85-3-503 (Add.1961).

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She shot a look of pure fury in his direction. “I’m going to get you fired, you little shit,” she threatened. He tried to laugh it off, but the others laughed too.

Her grandparents came over and took her in their arms, whispering in her ear as she sat in the corner shaking.

“Is it true?” her grandfather said.

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“Oh, really?”

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