Blogger arrested in Alexandria over inciting violence
Alexandria - MENA
A Facebook page admin, called “Break handcuffs”, was arrested in Alexandria over charges of inciting against police and judges, and disturbing public security.
On his Facebook page, he posts photos and names of police officers and judges, and incite people against them and the state’s institutions for the purpose of toppling the regime.
Security forces seized his PC, three cell phones, some books spreading the ideologies of the Muslim Brotherhood, and some yellow-four-finger slogans, referring to the pro-deposed president Mohamed Morsi’s sit-in in the Raba’a al Adaweya Square.
Faced by the seizures and the charges, the blogger confessed that his father and he were supporters to the Muslim Brotherhood group.
He were referred to prosecution for more interrogations.