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Egypt Revolution 2011 Videos (LIVE UPDATES) Page 8

In Egypt, World Revolution on January 31, 2011 at 9:29 PM

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WikiLeaks: LeakSpin 10CAIRO213 Torture by Egyptian Police to Get Quick Convictions

In Egypt, WikiLeaks, World Revolution on January 31, 2011 at 4:03 PM

LeakSpin on torture practices used by Egyptian police used on a daily basis. Police experiences pressure from high ranking officers to get quick convictions.

The World Supports You Egypt!

In Egypt, Viral Videos, World Revolution on January 31, 2011 at 5:38 AM

The world has heard Egypt’s call for help, and now we are responding. We need our nations to respond equally. Today, it doesn’t matter what race, ethnicity, gender, or religion you are. Today we are all Egyptian, today we are all human beings. The Egyptian people have fought for their freedom but their government won’t set them free. This video is a testament that we are all people fighting for a free Egypt and a free world. Today we make our voice heard. Individually we’re a whisper, Together we’re deafening. We call for peace and ask our leaders to do the same.

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Egypts Blogging Supression

In Egypt, WikiLeaks, World Revolution on January 31, 2011 at 12:29 AM

07CAIRO1417 shows how the Mubarak government has made any opposition or ctritisism  to the Mubarak regime almost an impossible reality as well as the reality of up to a three year jail sentence.

Further cables show how police would harass bloggers with torture and detention in jail.

ElBaradei has continues on this seventh day of demonstrations to join the people in Freedom Square joining thousands of citizens who continue to defy the curfew

ElBaradei has vowed to continue with the freedom revolution and has said change will come in the next few days.


Governments around the world have warned against non essentail travel to the region.

Video below shows Cables 07CAIRO1417 & 09CAIRO544 created 2009

The cable show Mubarak set about designing a constitution that would allow only his son, or an NDP member to run for president in an election. To be eligible to run for election the candidate must have support from the opposition members, a practice that would ensure only NDP candidates would be running for office.

In the second cable the pressure from the Mubarak,  SSIS  (State Security) on Arab bloggers.

Egypt had an approximate 160,000 bloggers through which democratic activism was taking place in an organized and informed way. After 2005 -6 Mubarak cracked down on any blogger critical of his government or Islam.

Video below shows Cable 09CAIRO1447 & 10CAIRO147 from 2009

The two cables 1447  &  147  both set out the climate of blogging suppression and the jailing of journalists for deformation charges .

When tanks protect.

This was about day 4-5 of the Egyptian demonstrations. Tanks were plainly seen positioning themselves to protect the demonstrators from police fire. Throughout the day the police would alternate from using ‘bird shot’ to ‘tear gas’ to live rounds.

60 Minutes Interviews Julian Assange

In WikiLeaks on January 30, 2011 at 11:38 PM

60 Minutes:

The Man Behind WikiLeaks

Julian Assange, the controversial founder of WikiLeaks, speaks to Steve Kroft about the U.S. attempt to indict him on criminal charges and the torrent of criticism aimed at him for publishing classified documents.

WikiLeaks Plays “Inside the Rules”

Julian Assange Stays On the Move

Before being placed under house arrest in Great Britain, Julian Assange lived what could be described a nomadic lifestyle. He explains to Steve Kroft why he was always on the move.

Assange’s Defense & Daniel Ellsberg

Will the newspapers that published documents obtained by WikiLeaks now help cover Julian Assange’s legal fees? Based on the experience of Daniel Ellsberg, who leaked secret Pentagon papers to the press in 1971, Assange doesn’t think so.

Assange On Playing By the Rules

Julian Assange argues that while there are rules for soldiers and members of the State Department on disclosing classified information, his actions are protected by the First Amendment.

60 Minutes Overtime:

Watching at home, it might seem simple to assemble the interviews and produce the pieces that you see on “60 Minutes” every Sunday night. Well, there was nothing “simple” about getting Julian Assange to sit down for his first major TV interview.

Naturally, “60 Minutes” wanted to hear from Assange himself. But for producers Tanya Simon and Howard Rosenberg and correspondent Steve Kroft just getting this interview was a story in and of itself.

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