FILE -In this Saturday, Dec. 8, 2012 file photo, an Egyptian protester wears a Guy Fawkes mask while posing for a photo next to a mural painted overnight on the exterior wall of the presidential palace depicting president Mohammed Morsi, left, former military council ruler Hussein Tantawi, center and ousted President Mubarak with Arabic that reads "No, the brotherhood’s constitution is not valid," in Cairo, Egypt. Egypt’s newly announced criminal investigation against Mohammed Morsi is likely just the start of wider legal moves against the ousted president and his Muslim Brotherhood _ ominous prospects for a country seething with violent divisions. During three weeks of secret detention, military intelligence has extensively questioned Morsi on the inner workings of his presidency and of the Brotherhood, seeking to prove he committed crimes including handing state secrets to the Islamist group. Military officials tell The Associated Press the interrogations could land Morsi in court in lead to a renewed ban for the Brotherhood. (AP Photo/Nasser Nasser, File)