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In a crowded courtroom proceeding broadcast live on national television, Judge Ahmed Rifaat pronounced Mr. Mubarak and his former interior minister, Habib al Adli, guilty of accessory to murder and attempted murder of protesters. He acquitted six senior interior ministry officials who prosecutors had also accused of killing protesters.
The sentences for Messrs Mubarak and Adli, harsher than many expected, bring to a close a 10-month trial that has enthralled Egyptians. Coming in the midst of an unprecedented presidential election that pits a senior leader in the powerful Muslim Brotherhood against a stalwart member of Mr. Mubarak's old regime, the ruling may satisfy an Egyptian public yearning for symbolic justice.
But for others it also furthered the impression that Egypt's revolution has done little to reform or reshape the sprawling security apparatus
Originally posted by jazz10
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you really believe this #e?