On Saturday, Egyptian Judge Mahmud Kamel al-Rashidi acquitted Hosni Mubarak and seven top security commanders of murdering hundreds of 2011 Taahrir Square protesters.
Sowing chaos. Creating a security vacuum. During 18 revolutionary days. In clashes with police. From January 25 – February 11, 2011.
Despite clear evidence proving guilt. Because of what he called a technicality. A lack of jurisdiction. Mubarak’s lengthy public service. His “constitutional legitimacy.”
“To rule for or against him after he has become old will be left to history and the Judge of Judges, the Righteous and the Justice (God), who will question him about his rule.” Continue reading