Muslim Brotherhood spokesperson, Mahmoud Ghozlan - FJP webpage
CAIRO, July 8 (Aswat Masriya) Egyptian authorities arrested Yehia Ghozlan, the son of the Muslim Brotherhood spokesman Mahmoud Ghozlan, late on Monday as he took photos of his detained brother during his transfer to prison following trial.
The spokesman's son was carrying a telephone that contained images and footage of marches organized by the Brotherhood, a news website associated with Egypt's state television said.
The Brotherhood was declared a terrorist group towards the end of last year.
Mahmoud Ghozlan, who has not been captured to this date, was ordered to be arrested and banned from traveling on July 5 last year pending investigations into allegations that he incited violence during the protests that led to the ousting of President Mohamed Mursi of the Brotherhood.