Sunday, April 17, 2011

Zahi Hawass Sentenced to Jail

From AhramOnline:

[Egyptian] Minister of State for Antiquities Affairs Zahi Hawass has been sentenced to one year in jail on Sunday for refusing to fulfill a court ruling over a land dispute.

The Egyptian criminal court also said Hawass must be relieved of his governmental duties and ordered him to pay a LE1000 penalty.

Hawass failed to adhere to a ruling in favour of his opponent over a land dispute when he was in charge of the Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA).

Another source reports that he was sentenced to a year of hard labor. 

HT: Explorator



  • The real problem is, of course, that this is not the real reason why he ought to have been sentenced. Concentrating on English TV-serieus, he failed to educate the Egyptians.

    By Anonymous JL, at Sun Apr 17, 02:24:00 PM  

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