A main Egyptian human rights attorney has affirmed he was ambushed and splashed in paint in Cairo by a “posse” of outfitted men he suspects were cops.
Gamal Eid said he was assaulted by up to twelve men as he endeavored to wave to a taxi close to his home in the capital’s Maadi area on Sunday.
He said the men had been sitting tight for him in three vehicles left on the corner.
The men beat him, undermined him with guns and tossed paint all over and garments, Mr Eid included.
At the point when neighbors attempted to mediate, the men drew weapons and instructed them to leave, as per the legal counselor.
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Mr Eid, the official executive of the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANRHI), accepts the men were cops or acting under the heading of a security powers official.