- — wael gamal (@waelgamal)Sat, Jun 02 2012 08:46:03
- — Gigi Ibrahim (@Gsquare86)Sat, Jun 02 2012 08:36:56Adly’s men out together with Gamal and Alaa under Shafiq is the nightmare of the revolution. Don’t tell me i’m panicking but this is BAD
- — Hosam Juhani (@iKoshy7)Sat, Jun 02 2012 08:38:05
- — Brookings Doha Ctr. (@BrookingsDoha)Sat, Jun 02 2012 08:49:12
- — Wael Eskandar (@weskandar)Sat, Jun 02 2012 08:44:50To clarify, this is a political verdict is because Adly and Mubarak should have been acquitted considering the weak prosecution case.
- — Bel Trew - بل ترو (@Beltrew)Sat, Jun 02 2012 08:36:26Mixed reaction to verdict:many assumed #Mubarak would be done for corruption charges-he was sentenced to life but not death as many hoped
- — Mostafa Hussein (@moftasa)Sat, Jun 02 2012 08:37:02Gamalaa are still to face the new trial. As for Ismail el-Shaer and Hassan Abd el-Rahman there should be 100 of torture cases against them.
- — Bel Trew - بل ترو (@Beltrew)Sat, Jun 02 2012 08:25:39Mubarak cleared of corruption charges but done for killing protesters? Adly's aides are acquitted. Strange way around #MubarakTrial
- — Mohamed Abd El-Hamid (@MohAbdElHamid)Sat, Jun 02 2012 08:27:47Is this supposed to be a trial? So Mubarak and Adly ordered open fire without Adly's assistants knowing?
#MubarakTrial June 2, 2012
The verdict was announced today: Hosni Mubarak ahd his former Minister of Interior Habib el-Adly get life sentences for the ordering and killing of protesters. Hosni Mubarak and his sons Gamal and Alaa are cleared from all charges of corruption. El-Adly's six former employees are also cleared.