Public Prosecution orders Black Bloc members arrested

The Public Prosecution has issued arrest warrants for 22 suspects it claims are members of the Black Bloc group, according to Public Prosecution spokesperson Mahmoud al-Hefnawy.

Prosecutors are accusing the suspects of a litany of charges, including forming a group intending to commit robbery, terrorism, violence, theft, murder, armed robbery and damage to public and private property.

The Public Prosecution has also ordered a travel ban against all suspects.

Hefnawy also alleged that the National Security Agency has determined the financers of the group, also claiming that the goal of financing the group was to attack citizens’ personal freedom and harm social peace.

Edited translation from MENA

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