by Hossam el-Hamalawy
An Egyptian judge, last November, confirmed a 15-year-prison sentence for Khairy, after he was found guilty of involvement in the assassination of the country’s public prosecutor in the summer of 2015.
The young man was accused of several charges, including the possession of firearms, and training his fellow defendants on the use of firearms and sniping, according to his lawyer. There was a little problem however with the police narrative, which Khairy’s lawyer and family tried repeatedly in vain in court to convey to the judge: Khairy is blind.
This article was first published on the alaraby Website.