Apr 062017
 April 6, 2017  Posted by  Breaches, Court, Non-U.S.

TheNewArab reports:

One of Egypt’s best known pro-government television personalities received a six-month suspended prison sentence on Wednesday for airing private phone calls.

Ahmed Moussa was found guilty of wiretapping and invading the caller’s privacy, and ordered to pay a fine of 40,000 Egyptian Pounds ($2,222).

Mamdouh Hamza, whose leaked private calls with former military chief Sami Anan were illegally aired by Moussa during his show on the private Sada al-Balad TV channel, said he had expected the sentence to be overturned during appeal, as happened in Moussa’s other cases in the past.

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