By Youssef El Beshlawy
A leader in the Muslim Brotherhood has announced that at least three of those detained with former President Mohamed Morsi were released in the past hours, according to state-run Al- Ahram.
The source told Al-Ahram that the three released are Pakinam Al-Sharkawy, former presidential assistant for political issues; engineer Ayman Hedhed, who worked for Deputy Supreme Guide for the Muslim Brotherhood, Khairat El-Shater, in the presidential palace, and was responsible for maintaining the security file in the presidential institution during Morsi’s time; and Abdel Meguid Mashali, who also worked for El-Shater.
The source refused to comment on the reasons behind the release and its secrecy. He said that the released do not currently reside in their homes, but their families and relatives are aware of their location.