News June 30, 2011 – Updated on January 20, 2016 The trial of the two policemen accused of beating Mohammed Khaled Said began RSF_en Help by sharing this information Organisation The trial of Mahmoud Salah Mahmoud and Awad Ismael Soliman, two policemen accused of beating the young netizen Mohammed Khaled Said to death in June 2010, began before a court in Alexandria but was postponed until 24 September (at a time when elections were scheduled) to allow a review of the forensic evidence. Judge Moussa Al-Nahrawi announced: “The court has asked a medical panel to compare the two autopsy reports. In the meantime, the defendants will remain in detention.” According to the original autopsy, Said died of a drug overdose. A subsequent one said he was beaten to death.A 28-year-old human rights activist, Said died outside an Internet café in Alexandria on 6 June 2010. The Internet café owner said he was beaten to death in the street after being arrested inside the café by two plain-clothes policemen. According to his family and local human rights organisations, he was killed after posting a video online that showed police sharing the profits from a drug deal.
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Wellington Police notes for Thursday, September 18, 2014:â€¢12:03 a.m.Â Brandon D. Jones, 27, Derby, was issued a notice to appear for defectiveÂ Â Â Â tail light and no proof of insurance.â€¢8:11 a.m. Officers took a report of found toy ATV 3-wheeler in the 600 block E. 9th, Wellington.â€¢11:20 a.m. Non-Injury accident in the 1000 block E. Lincoln, Wellington involved a vehicle operated by Brian A. Cadek, 39, South Haven, and a parked and occupied vehicle owned by Terry N. Williams, 874 S. Rome St, Wellington.â€¢11:30 a.m. Brian A. Cadek, 39, South Haven, was issued a notice to appear for inattentive driving.â€¢11:45 a.m. Ashley N. Pearson, 25, Wellington was arrested, charged and confined with burglary and theft.â€¢2:52 p.m. Officers investigated children in need of care in the 600 block N. F, Wellington.â€¢6:08 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 800 block S. Washington, Wellington.â€¢6:15 p.m. Joshua B. Schlecht, 29, Wellington was arrested, charged and bonded with driving while license is revoked.â€¢9:11 p.m.Â Officers investigated a disorderly conduct of a known suspect in the 1000 block N. Jefferson, Wellington.â€¢11:15 p.m.Â Edwood B. Osborne, 19, Wellington was arrested, charged and confined with operating a motor vehicle without Insurance and defective taillamp.