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Thursday, February 10, 2011

Habib Al-Adli Accused of Deliberately Killing Demonstrators.

Habib Al-Adli Accused of Deliberately Killing Demonstrators
The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) has filed a report on behalf of the Egyptian Committee for Fact Finding and Combating Corruption (ECFFCC) on Monday, 7/2/2011 to the general prosecutors, Abd Al-Mageed Mahmoud, against Major General Habib al-Adly, the former Minister of Interior.



Wednesday, February 9,2011 22:32 | IkhwanWeb

The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) has filed a report on behalf of the Egyptian Committee for Fact Finding and Combating Corruption (ECFFCC) on Monday, 7/2/2011 to the general prosecutors, Abd Al-Mageed Mahmoud, against Major General Habib al-Adly, the former Minister of Interior.

They seek to take all the necessary legal and administrative measures to start an immediate investigation, claiming that he committed several crimes against the Egyptian people in general, and the peaceful protestors in Tahrir Square and the different Egyptian governorates in particular especially on the days of the 25th and the 28th of January, 2011.

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Israel Bombs Medical Supply Building

alawson911 | February 09, 2011 - This video was sent to me by Ken O'Keefe from Gaza. I assume that the attack happened on Tuesday night, February 8th, 2011.

Ken O'Keefe wrote: Israel has intentionally dropped two large bombs on the AL-Qerem Medical Supplies Factory in Jabalya, Gaza. The building is totally destroyed, as was all of the medical supplies and equipement. Gaza is already in crisis mode for lack of medical supplies, this bombing will mean even the most basic of medical needs will continue to be impossible to satisfy.

Comment from me, Anthony Lawson The Israelis are again demonstrating that the welfare and health of the people of Gaza mean absolutely nothing to them. They will probably come up with some excuse that rubbing alcohol can be used in bombs or rockets. Is there no end to their viciousness?




Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Charles Taylor walks out of war crimes trial

News Wires (text)

AP - Charles Taylor’s (pic below) war crimes trial is ending the way it began - with the former Liberian president boycotting proceedings and claiming they are politically motivated and unfair.

Taylor’s British attorney Courtenay Griffiths stormed out of the courtroom Tuesday after judges at the Special Tribunal for Sierra Leone refused to accept his 600-page summary of the case - a key document that distills three years of testimony from the defense’s perspective.

Taylor briefly stayed in his seat but later refused to return to the courtroom after a break. Griffiths said it would have been “unseemly” if Taylor had tried to walk out with his lawyer and had struggled with his U.N. guards.

The boycott was unlikely to have an impact on the outcome of the case. The three international judges ordered the proceedings to continue, and one judge appeared visibly angry at what he called Taylor’s attempt to dictate to the court.

“If Mr. Taylor thinks he can make orders or disobey orders of this court at will, simply because he thinks it is in his best interest to do so, then he is running this court, not us,” said Judge Richard Lussick, of Samoa.

France 24 |  8 Feb 2011 - read full report


Saturday, February 5, 2011

Swiss prosecutors to open a criminal investigation against Bush


Friday, February 4, 2011

Mubarak may end up being charge with Crimes Against Humanity!

3 feb 2011 - Eyewitnesses to a Massacre:

Reports from Inside Tahrir Square as Pro-Mubarak Forces Open Fire on Protesters

Just before dawn in Cairo today pro-government forces opened fire at Tahrir Square, the site of anti-Mubarak protests for the past 10 days. Minutes after the attack began, Democracy Now! spoke with Egyptian protesters Mona El Seif and Selma Tarzi inside Tahrir Square. [transcript]