The head of the investigation committee into the violations of the sit-in dispersal events, Nabil Adeeb, revealed that a number of websites were published, citing the American magazine (New Lines), that he had warned that the results of the investigation might lead to a military coup, or mass unrest in the streets.
He emphasized that this conversation in the way it was dealt with in the media was truncated and incorrect, and added: The editor of (New Lines) asked me about the seriousness of the results of the investigation and mentioned a number of possibilities, and I replied that I am not concerned with the political results, whatever they are, and my mission is just and the results are determined by the evidence and not the political impact, and I decided I am not assigned to a political job, but a criminal investigation and a criminal investigation whose results are clearly determined. As for the question of the political results of the investigation, it is not from my authority and has no effect on those results.
And he added: It is clear that some media sites wanted to excite and cut part of our conversation and change it according to their whim, and this is an unprofessional approach, but it will not affect our partnership with the media in order to reach the truth, and we will work to develop this relationship in the coming days so that such mistakes do not recur ( Confused) and which stepped aside to mislead and falsify facts.
We are proceeding with the investigation according to professional principles, in order to bring a full-fledged case to trial.
Source: Sudan Pulse