A Travesty of Justice

For 18 days Egyptians protested in Tahrir Square to bring down Hosni Mubarak. From a quick google search 846 people died, 6467 were injured, and over 12000 were arrested.

Today BBC World News reported that the court has ordered the release of Mubarak, supposedly on Thursday.

Where is the justice for all those people who died trying to free their country from a dictator? The families of those murdered by the Mubarak regime must be devastated at this news.

Whilst some people are saying that Mubarak won’t be released, it appears at this point it is a done deal. If/when this happens it will be a sad day, indeed, for Egyptians who fought so hard for freedom.

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About Tallulah

Writer, Photographer, Artist. Animal Welfare Advocate. Wildlife and Environmental Advocate.
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