Three Years in Prison for Businessman Mohammed Al-Amin for Human Trafficking and Assaulting Orphanage Girls

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Today, Monday, May 23, 2022, the Cairo Criminal Court issued its ruling to penalize businessman Mohamed El-Amin to 3 years in prison on charges of human trafficking and assaulting the girls of an orphanage owned by him, in case No. 1418 of 2022 Fifth Settlement Felonies.

On the 23rd of last March, the court completed hearing the testimony of witnesses, as well as the pleadings of the defense and the Public Prosecution, and decided to reserve the case for judgment on today’s date.

The security forces arrested the accused on Friday, January 7, 2022, and the Public Prosecutor decided in February 2022 to refer him to the Criminal Court on charges of human trafficking and indecent assault on seven children by force and under threat.

The referral decision included accusing him of dealing with natural persons, namely the victims “NAA”, “M.K.M.”, “N.S.A.”, “H.A.A.” and “L.S.M.” And F.S.S. and H.S.M. that he arranged for them a place to shelter them (Dar Al Aminah Al Aminah for Orphans Care) and took advantage of their weakness, need and authority over them, with the intention of sexually exploiting them. That felony was linked to the felony of sexual exploitation of the aforementioned children.

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