Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Egypt Mubarak judge for the premeditated murder of Egyptian protesters

Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, will be judged by the judicial authorities of his country with his two sons, Ala and Gamal. The general prosecutor Abdel Meguid Mahmud accused of the premeditated murder of peaceful demonstrators during protests that erupted on 25 January. The three defendants, who according to Egyptian law could be sentenced to death, are currently detained.

The former head of state in a hospital in Sharm el-Sheikh, while their two children in the Tora prison in Cairo. The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, which ruled Egypt since Mubarak's departure, denied last week having studied the possibility of pardoning the deposed president, also accused of illicit enrichment, influence peddling and willful damage to government funds.

The former head of state was arrested on April 13 in Sharm el-Sheikh with her two children. According to official figures, 846 people lost their lives during the popular revolt that overthrew the regime of Mubarak on 11 February. Suzanne Thabet, wife of former president, was recently released after handing over a portion of their assets to the State after the Enrichment Department of the Ministry of Justice ordered his arrest.

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