Investigations by the US Department of Justice revealed that Pierre Gerges, who was at the forefront of organizing trips for regiments of American officers in the New York Police to Egypt, at the expense of Egyptian taxpayers, is himself a spy for the same American police force for Sisi against his opponents.
The investigations of the US Department of Justice, which are not prohibited from publication, said that “the US authorities have arrested a New York citizen named Pierre Gerges, for tracking him and obtaining information about Sisi’s opponents in the United States.”
The journalist Mustafa Al-Husseini tracked the investigations of the US Department of Justice, and revealed a number of surprises about the spy Pierre Gerges, who was arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in New York on charges of spying on Egyptian dissidents in America.
In light of what appeared from the investigations, he added that “Pierre” was keen, under the guidance of the intelligence of the foolish coup d’état, Sisi to get close to the New York police, by spending tens or even thousands of Egyptian people’s dollars on completely free trips for a number of New York police officers and their families, close to 100 people, They visited Egypt for a week, organized by Pierre Gerges and paid for by the Egyptian government treasury.
Al-Husseini cited Brent’s photo for a link to an article from Al-Ahram newspaper covering this free visit and explicitly mentioning Pierre’s name.
Al-Husseini said on Facebook that “his attempts to infiltrate, monitored by investigations over the years, began immediately after the 2013 coup, culminated in his ability to infiltrate these circles and penetrate them to the extent that one of the identifiers of a gathering of police officers of Middle Eastern and Turkish origin, known as “NYPD MTS.”
He cited an image of “Girgis” on the main cover of their Twitter account (present as of this writing).
Similar to the role of pandering, which was played by Safwat Al-Sharif, the ousted Minister of Information, when he was an intelligence officer with Salah Nasr in the former Nasser era, Pierre practiced organizing very special parties for media delegations, experts and the arms accompanying Sisi on his frequent trips.
Mustafa Al-Husseini pointed out that the intelligence directives of Pierre Gerges were not limited to spying on Egyptian opponents or even infiltrating the New York Police communities, but also transcended it to a new / old level of serving the country, where by searching a little behind the name of the accused on Facebook, we discover that one of the unknown accounts accused him. In 2016, he worked as a pimp for Sisi’s advisors and his companions during their visit to New York City, where the account called “The Bird of the Arab Community in the Diaspora” accused him of inviting a number of Sisi’s escorts from the presidential and media delegation, led by Youssef al-Husseini, for very special evenings.
Mustafa Al-Husseini asked, “Is it the Egyptian intelligence that asked him to play the role of Officer Mowafi in New York out of deep entertainment for the valiant Egyptian delegation? Or was Pierre volunteering to play the role of Mahjoub Abdel-Dayem Manhattan who shed light on him in front of the hyenas of the Egyptian intelligence, given his great sacrifices in Serving the mood of Sisi’s presidential delegation?
Al-Hussaini, who resides in the United States, pointed out that the FBI was the one who signed Gerges, who did not continue to publicly support Sisi. Sisi and his comrades are carrying out the United States.
The competition in support was paralleled by the competition in al-Takwish. The statement of the US Department of Justice, which announced the arrest of Pierre Gerges, indicated that there is a competition between different Egyptian intelligence services to recruit Gerges to work with them, given his complex relations within the Egyptian community and his relationship with some American police officials.
The indictment filed by the FBI indicated that Gerges discussed his status as a government informant and spy in Egypt with an Egyptian official using an encrypted messaging application. Recently to Egypt, Gerges warned that he cannot deal with all devices, and mentioned that Gerges is only allowed to communicate with us.
Pierre Gerges, 39, was charged with two counts of spying on Egyptian opponents in the United States for several years, and various Egyptian intelligence services competed to recruit him to work with them due to his complex relations within the Egyptian community and his relationship with some American police officials.
Source: بوابة الحرية والعدالة by fj-p.com.
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