Rights group condemns Egypt’s implementation of 49 individuals in Oct..

CAIRO — A leading global human rights group Thursday condemned Egypt’s implementation of 49 individuals so far this month — a few detained during a deadly crackdown on a mass protest in 2013 — also urged the government in Cairo to grant honest retrials to people about the death row.

“The systematic lack of trials in Egypt, particularly in political cases, creates every passing sentence a breach of their right to life”

An Egyptian authorities media officer couldn’t immediately be contacted for comment on the report.

Morsi was hailed by the positions of the Muslim Brotherhood, the nation’s oldest Islamist group. Considering his ouster, police banned the team and rounded up all its leaders, for example, the ex-president. Morsi fell in court a year ago — a departure that individual rights activists said was proof of this”inhumane living conditions” in Egyptian prisons.

The New York-based rights group said 13 of the month’s executions occurred in Cairo’s infamous supermax facility called”Scorpion,” after clashes last month within the death row protector which left four policemen and four inmates dead.

At the moment, police said the four offenders, who were sentenced to death in different terror-related scenarios, were killed during an escape effort.

On the other hand, the Human Rights Watch announcement cited an anonymous individual rights attorney who contested the government’s accounts after being spoken with relatives of two of those offenders. The attorney said the four offenders ambushed and stabbed the guards through a regular review. Other offenders afterward saw safety forces enter the mobile and gunshots have been heard.

“Egypt has experienced a pattern of suspicious extrajudicial killings after attacks on security forces or civilians lately,” the HRW statement said.CAIRO — A leading global human rights group Thursday condemned Egypt’s implementation of 49 individuals so far this month — a few detained during a deadly crackdown to a mass protest in 2013 — and urged the government in Cairo to grant honest retrials to people about the death row.

Between Oct. 3 and 13, Egypt implemented a total of 47 men and 2 girls, according to a statement issued by Human Rights Watch.

“The systematic lack of trials in Egypt, particularly in political cases, creates every passing sentence a breach of their right to life”

An Egyptian authorities media officer couldn’t immediately be contacted for comment on the report.

Morsi was hailed by the positions of the Muslim Brotherhood, the nation’s oldest Islamist group. Considering his ouster, police banned the team and rounded up all its leaders, for example, the ex-president. Morsi fell in court a year ago — a departure that individual rights activists said was proof of this”inhumane living conditions” in Egyptian prisons.

The New York-based rights group said 13 of the month’s executions occurred in Cairo’s infamous supermax facility called”Scorpion,” after clashes last month within the death row protector which left four policemen and four inmates dead.

At the moment, police said the four offenders, who were sentenced to death in different terror-related scenarios, were killed during an escape effort.

On the other hand, the Human Rights Watch announcement cited an anonymous individual rights attorney who contested the government’s accounts after being spoken with relatives of two of those offenders. The lawyer stated the four offenders ambushed and stabbed the guards through a regular review. Other offenders afterward saw safety forces enter the mobile and gunshots have been heard.

“Egypt has experienced a pattern of suspicious extrajudicial killings after attacks on security forces or civilians lately,” the HRW statement stated.