Injustice in Cairo
by J Willis on November 3, 2013 - 10:18am
In Egypt, since january, people from the opposite sides from Cairo are manifesting because of the politics of the president and they want him to amand the new constitution. But police officers had taken a guy who was part of manifestations and they tortuted him. Mohammed el-Gindy was his name. He had disappeared during several days after the protestations taking place the 27 january, in Tahrir Square in Cairo. The body of Mohammed el-Gingy showed signs of torture. He was electrocuted, ribs were broken and he seems to have been a rope wrapped around his neck. A medical report said he died of a cerebral hemorrhage. More than 60 personnes have died since the manifestations. Images showed police attacking people protesting. The ministry has promised to investigate while President Morsi declared himself "outraged."
I think that it is really unfair what police officers are doing. They should not take over people protesting and tortured them. And this kind of stuff is not only happening in Egypt but everywhere on the planet. People have the right to proteste, even more if the president is not being respectfull and if he does what only he want to do, and ignoring his people. It is really unfair to them and it should not be this way.