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Mubarak Trial: ‘Egypt faces less democracy after fake revolt’

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Aug 4, 2011

Egypt’s ousted President Hosni Mubarak is on trial for corruption and ordering the killing of some 840 people during February uprisings, a charge that could incur the death penalty . Outside the courtroom in the capital, Cairo Mubarak’s supporters clashed with his opponents.

1 person was killed, a further 15 were injured as each side hurled rocks and bottles at the other. Well Egyptians are slowly losing hope that they’ll see the benefits of their own revolution. William Engdahl, who’s written extensively on Egypt’s uprising, says the people fell prey to a game of politics.

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