Today, Sunday afternoon, the Aguza Misdemeanor Court of Appeal in Egypt issued a final judgment acquitting adviser Mortado Mansour, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Zamalek Club, on charges of insulting Ahmed Schubert and his wife.
And on Mortada Mansour’s Facebook page, a statement was released saying: “This afternoon, the Aguza Misdemeanor Court of Appeal issued a final judgment exonerating Counsel Mortado Mansour, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Zamalek Club, on charges of insult and defamation against Ahmed Schubert and his wife in a communication submitted by them to the prosecutor’s office, in which they alleged that adviser Mortada Mansour accused them of receiving some valuable and expensive watches from Saudi Arabian adviser Turki Al-Sheikh and that Schubert received the amount of 6 million pounds sterling from adviser Turki as a commission for him to complete the transfer of former Enppi player Salah Mohsen to the Al-Ahly club for £42 million. Mr Turki Al Sheikh paid them to the Enppi club with his own money.
The Aguza Misdemeanors Court heard the case, and two months ago a court led by councilor Mustafa Hussein ruled acquittal of councilor Mortado Mansour on charges of insulting Ahmed Schubert and his wife, but prosecutors rejected the decision and appealed it. “A few minutes ago, Maati delivered a final decision, dismissing the prosecution’s appeal and upholding the decision of the trial court that acquitted Councilor Mortado Mansour.
The Court of Appeal also upheld two other trial court rulings that acquitted adviser Mortado Mansour of insulting Tariq Jamil Saeed, one of Al Ahly’s lawyers, and another man who worked for the Zamalek Club. it turned out that he was just the driver of his car and his place of residence was a garage and he did not leave it.