Pilot Ashraf Abu Al Yusr thanked the judiciary in his first comment after the condemnation of the artist, Mohamed Ramadan, in the case known as the “arrested pilot”, considering the ruling to be imprisoned for a year and guaranteeing 10,000 pounds and a fine of 20,000 pounds as a “victory” for him.
Abu Al-Yusr said that the ruling is a first step in the path of the judiciary that he took against Ramadan, saying: “He who came on August 6 has a lawsuit in the Economic Court to demand compensation, and on the same day he has a civil suit,” in a statement to the Egyptian newspaper Al-Watan.Immediately after the verdict, the arrested Egyptian pilot, Ashraf Abu Al-Yusr, expressed his great happiness, saying: “Thank God for everything, by thanking the Egyptian judiciary very very, for which no creature doubts its value, integrity and its beautiful stature.”
He continued, “It is expected that the rest of the judgments will be awaited. The first thing is the ruling of today’s judgment. God willing, the subject will complete the other. Praise be to God, praise be to God, whoever does not do anything brutal.”
The pilot explained that he had filed 3 lawsuits against Ramadan, the first ruling was issued, denying the existence of any contact with the artist since the beginning of the crisis: “I do not contact me before or after the case nor any negotiation, and the way is now the judiciary, and God willing, my right will be answered to me.”
On the other hand, the Egyptian artist, Mohamed Ramadan, ignored the verdict issued against him in the case, according to the newspaper.
The case is due to a video broadcast by artist Mohamed Ramadan on his Instagram account showing him in the plane’s cockpit, which violates the procedures followed in aviation safety and security, which led to the decision of the Egyptian Civil Aviation Authority to impose a penalty on the pilot Ashraf to stop his work and withdraw his license for life.