Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Khaled Said's Killers Trial Adjourned

The details of today's session are well and objectively detailed here, but I can't be objective about it.
As noted in this post, the murderers should face more severe charges, I do not know who is responsible for this, but it's probably the prosecution. Thankfully, Khaled Said family's lawyers asked the charges to be changed to premeditated murder, but it doesn't necessarily mean they will. I mean, what fucking bullshit is this? Someone has died here, someone has been beaten for a tortuous twenty minutes and smeared after his death, and in return his killers, IF convicted, may face only three years?? One reason why many Egyptians are frustrated from their lifelong government is that not only does the government purposefully kill and/or starves them, but the judicial system is not always reliable, because it belings to, uhm, the government!

Monday, July 26, 2010

بدء حملة للدعاية لجمال مبارك

عزيزي القارئ، ماذا ستفعل إذا استيقظت يوماً ووجدت السيد جمال مبارك وقد تولى مقاليد الحكم في مصر؟
1- حازورق وأموت
2- حأنزل مظاهرات ويا قاتل يا مقتول
3- حاستنى أشوف يمكن الأوضاع تتحسن؟

Sunday, July 18, 2010

وقفة احتجاجية في ذكرى أربعين خالد سعيد

تقديم المخبرين للمحاكمة مش كفاية، وعشرات المظاهرات شارك فيها آلاف مش كفاية، الوقفات مستمرة طالما أسباب الظلم موجودة

Thursday, July 01, 2010

Khaled Said's Murderers Detained

Update: So it's official, Khaled Said's killers will go to trial.
Alexandria prosecution ordered today Khaled Said's killers to be detained. Investigations will probably take long, but in any case you wouldn't want to set high expectations. They were charged with "illegal detainment" (!) and "the use of excessive force" (!!), instead of beating to death, or even premeditated murder. The good thing is the uproar which followed the case, probably one of the reasons it didn't sink into oblivion.
More to come as soon as news is available.