An Egyptian court Wednesday slapped six former police officers with prison terms after finding them guilty of having tortured a citizen to death in 2012, according to a local judicial source. The six policemen worked in Giza police office. According to a source of the journal, their victims had been arrested without motivation. The process could still pass in Appel Court. Amnesty international has recalled that “hundreds” of Egyptian citizens have been tortured since the beginning of 2015.