posted on Aug, 2 2011 @ 02:29 PM
Egypt's ruler for 30 years now facing
Reuters In his last address
to the nation as president, Hosni Mubarak vowed he would never leave his homeland and would die on its soil. His decision not to flee Egypt may carry
a heavy price. Wednesday, Mubarak is to be tried for conspiring to kill protesters who drove him from office on February 11 after 30 years at the
helm. If convicted, he could face the death penalty, though few expect that outcome even if some protesters wish it.
Great news for the people of Egypt. After the 30 year reign and the deaths of the protesters at least some justice can be served. Many of the
protesters want him to get the death penalty. I'm not prepared to voice an opinion about that..