June 28 2011
An Egyptian court has sentenced in absentia a police officer to death for killing protesters during the January revolution, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Mohamed Ibrahim Abdul Monem was found guilty late Sunday of shooting 23 protesters rioting outside a Cairo police station on Jan. 28.
Still at large, the policeman contacted Egyptian television over the weekend to say that he had killed no one while following orders to protect the police station, but had only fired into the...
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