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Police Torture Continues in Egypt

On Egyptian Chronicles, blogger Zeinobia talks about how the police continue to torture people. She shares the story of Ayman Mehana, who was attacked, arrested and allegedly sexually abused at the hands of police.

She reminds her readers about why Egyptians took to the streets on January 25, 2011:

This revolution began as a protest against police brutality claiming for human dignity , people tend to forget this especially the police and the current ruling regime.


Zeinobia shares this video of Mehana's ordeal:

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