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Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and he'd get now in the hospital this after the 84 year old reportedly became ill after he.
Was sentenced to life in prison for not stopping those deadly protests in -- square in the last here's a massive uprisings.
-- -- is joining us now live from Cairo with the very latest Leland.
Good afternoon from Cairo where thousands have taken did top -- where once again go ahead and take a look there they have shut the square down.
Thousands of protesters Egyptian flags waving a number those people are very angry that Hosni Mubarak the leader of Egypt for thirty years.
Get the death penalty.
And chaos in the courtroom spectators in this means you'll -- sudden standing an angry with the conviction of former President Hosni Mubarak it and.
How much posted stake in the court he remained reminded -- -- even when the -- yes it is not -- Outside the courthouse hundreds gathered under the intense -- son and tight security many holding pictures of their relatives.
Killed by Mubarak's forces during last year's revolution.
It did -- underground -- Militant Einstein did you could of done it you don't golf.
Nothing to hold it until this is the moment it.
-- outside the courthouse you can see everyone raising their hands in prayer meeting just the next couple of seconds we're gonna hear the verdict on President Mubarak could be unprecedented in Arab dictator.
Thrown out by his own people and then put on trial.
His own country buying his army and right now these folks -- the only thing they feel is justice is the death penalty.
You dig -- grounded in Little -- -- playing absolutely great he many.
N.'s -- might -- ingredient in his own country after being thrown out.
By the revolution.
-- -- Right now this crowd here in -- -- is good.
Growing Biden admitted we've seen hundreds blowing in from all sides to talk -- where a number of these people around.
Earlier protesting the verdict against Mubarak but they are also broad testing -- they say it's not right.
-- a number of the people in the security apparatus who were also on trial in this verdict.
Got acquitted they walked away -- essentially and that is something is not sitting well with these people many of the people.
Poured down there were also would top prayers where during the revolution in endured those days of beatings and killings.
By Mubarak's forces going -- Oh my this is a very critical time for Egypt a variant.
Tense time taking just two weeks Egypt will return to the ballot box and have a choice of who they voted for for president either a leader of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Or a member of Mubarak's regime his former prime ministers on the ballot and that certainly to invoke a lot of emotions over the next couple of weeks on the back to you.
-- -- an amazing -- images their interior square against the backdrop of an offense.
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