Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Lee Kuan Yew should heed to Mubarak and visit Cairo's prison / hospital

Lee Kuan Yew's fellow dictator Mubarak is being grilled for corruption, and so are his 2 sons. Mubarak could not take it too well and is hospitalised from prison, and the prosecutors are still grilling him by the side of his hospital bed.

Lee Kuan Yew visited his other fellow dictator Suharto shortly before he died. So I think the Old Dog Thief at least have compassion for fellow dictators. Thus he should immediately visit Mubarak in Cairo.

Hurry Harry! The SIA have 1st Class seats to Cairo empty - you would check online! Before that bastard also kick the bucket!

The Egyptians are treating their ex-dictators rough, and Mubarak's luck is much worst then Suharto. Only one of Suharto's sons was put in prison - a luxury prison. I don't think Mubarak's sons are going to be so lucky.

You should also think for your sons Old Dog. Your BG sons. Do you still want to contest this GE? ;)

Google News URL 1

Mubarak transfer to Cairo hospital delayed due to interrogation
Ousted president Mubarak is being questioned by the South Sinai prosecution and is expected to leave Sharm El Sheikh this evening to the International Medical Centre
Ahram Online, Wednesday 13 Apr 2011
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Former president Mubarak’s departure from Sharm El Sheikh is delayed due to questioning.

The ousted president is being questioned by Abdallah El-Shazli, the Attorney General of the South Sinai prosecution team, about the attacks on protesters in Tahrir Square.

The source added that Mubarak is expected to leave Sharm El Sheikh this evening with his wife, Suzanne Thabet and head to the International Medical Centre on Ismalia Dessert Road. The former president suffered a minor heart attack yesterday while being questioned and was transferred to the Sharm El Sheikh International Hospital.

An eyewitness in Sharm El Sheikh said that media reports about mass protests in front of the hospital are inaccurate, pointing out that there are no more than 30 protesters in front of the hospital.

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Prosecutor Goes To Mubarak's Hospital Bed To Resume Questioning


EnlargeAmr Nabil/AP
Some Egyptians celebrated today (April 13, 2011) outside the Sharm el-Sheikh courthouse where former President Hosni Mubarak's sons Alaa and Gamal were being questioned.
After Tuesday's dramatic start of the investigation of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and his family, the prosecutor has now resumed questioning the 82-year-old Mubarak at his hospital bedside, NPR's Deborah Amos reports from Cairo.

As we reported yesterday, Mubarak was rushed to a hospital Tuesday for what may have been heart problems. That news came just a day after it was revealed that authorities have launched an investigation into allegations of corruption during Mubarak's nearly 30 years as Egypt's leader.

Today, Deb reports that "Mubarak collapsed under questioning after refusing to eat or drink in the two days since his summons." Once the state minister of health declared that Mubarak's condition was stable, however, "the prosecutor resumed questioning at his bedside and ordered Mubarak and his sons officially detained."

NPR's Deborah Amos in Cairo
The Guardian reports this morning that "it is believed Mubarak is to be transferred by military plane from Sharm el-Sheikh to a military hospital in Cairo, although the prosecutor-general has said his interrogations may have to take place outside the capital for security reasons."

NPR's coverage of the upheaval in Egypt and Mubarak's fall from power is collected here.

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