Police Brutality, Catalyst for Egypt's Revolution, Continues Under Morsi

From The Lede Thu Feb 21 2013, 18:57:14

More than two years after Egyptians took to the streets to demand Hosni Mubarak's resignation and an end to impunity for the security forces, activists say civilians are still raped, tortured and killed in police custody.

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