[JURIST] An Egyptian court on Thursday acquitted [BBC report] Habib el-Adly, Egypt's former interior minister and head of security services under former president Hosni Mubarak [BBC profile; JURIST news archive], of certain corruption charges on which he was convicted in 2011. Specifically, el-Adly was cleared of charges that he ordered police officials to find prospective top-paying buyers for land he personally owned. The acquittal came as a result of a retrial, ordered [Al Jazeera report] by an appellate court, of...

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