Egypt’s Interior Minister vowed Saturday to investigate the beating of a naked man by riot police that threatened to further inflame popular anger against security forces, but suggested that initial results absolve the police of direct abuse.
The beating was caught on camera by The Associated Press and the video was broadcast live on Egyptian television late Friday as protests raged in the streets outside the presidential palace. The AP video showed police trying to bundle the naked man into a police van after beating him.
Less than 24 hours after the incident, several thousand anti-government demonstrators marched again on the palace Saturday denouncing the police and Islamist President Mohammed Morsi after a week of violent protests that claimed more than 60 lives nationwide.
The unrest in Egypt continues with the people fighting the forces of the Brotherhood which have made their lives a living hell with the Brotherhood wanting to clamp down on all Egyptians who do not follow their codes and behavior.
Meanwhile our government with the help of the leadership of the GOP is supplying arms and planes to a government bent on the destruction of all those who do not adhere to their wishes.