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An Egyptian military tribunal has convicted a blogger of insulting the army after he publicized reports of abuses by the military, and sentenced him to three years in prison, human rights groups said Monday
Originally posted by P3ACE0WAR
reply to post by TinfoilTP
Mubarak is living in his castle in the coastal town of something something. He is too powerful for the military to do anything, the military is under his control.
He was part of the military council, he was the one who built and shaped that military council with billions of US dollars.
I'm still reluctant to believe the council will arrest Mubarak, rather 3 year sentence of the blogger shows that the regime hasn't changed, only the face has.
The Egyptian army did not at any point side with the protesters. They supplied live ammunition to police attempting to suppress the demonstrations, were involved in the arrest, detention and even torture of protesters both before and after the departure of Mubarak, and are seeking by various means to suppress or limit the scope of the revolution. Many people are continuing to protest, calling for a civilian council instead of the Supreme Council of the Armed forces.
The report identifies three stages in the revolution: