Mohammed Morsi, Egypt's ousted president, dies in court

Egypt Former President Mohammed Morsi dies in court

Asmaa Waguih Reuters

Mohamed Morsi has died after he fainted during a trial and was taken to the hospital on 17 June, Egyptian Al-Ahram Gate reported.

Morsi, 67, was on trial on espionage charges when he blacked out and died. Despite his refusal to accept the Egyptian Army's 48-hour ultimatum to meet the public's demands, then Minister of Defence Abdel Fattah el-Sisi announced Morsi's removal from office.

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Mursi, a top figure in the Muslim Brotherhood, was toppled by the military in 2013 after mass protests against this rule.

In his final comments, he continued to insist he was Egypt's legitimate president, demanding a special tribunal, one of his defense lawyers, Kamel Madour told the Associated Press. Morsi broke out of prison in 2011 during the uprisings against Mubarak and was sentenced to death in 2015 for the jail break after being removed from power. No one can hear him or know what is happening to him.

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He has been sentenced to 20 years after being convicted of ordering Brotherhood members to break up a protest against him, resulting in deaths.

"This is premeditated murder". Multiple cases are still pending. His Muslim Brotherhood also held a majority in parliament.

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This story was reported from Los Angeles.

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