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High level inquiry into the deaths of nearly 900 protesters during Egypt's uprising two years ago is blaming police and former President Hosni Mubarak.
It's exactly the kind of behavior of US wants to curtail and that leads to an examination tonight of America's financial leverage.
Here's chief national correspondent Jim Angle.
At a time when money is tight here at home with congress fighting over how much to spend some argue we should take a closer look at foreign aid.
But -- Egypt where last September.
Demonstrators stormed the US embassy.
And I say no one.
Any more countries.
My problem with the Egyptian -- and quite frankly with a lot of our foreign aid.
Is that we give foreign aid but we're not sure we're getting in return for what is the national interest since being advanced.
So senator rubio introduced a requirement to put conditions on the -- judges cooperation in counterterrorism.
Religious liberty and rights for women and especially living up to the 1979 peace treaty with Israel rubio throughput -- -- by secretary of state John Kerry's recent visit to Egypt.
During which he delivered 215 million dollars in economic -- with another 260 million -- later.
How about the central approached.
That the Egyptian economy.
Get stronger that -- get back on its feet but analysts say you need your money without conditions is counterproductive.
It won't do very much actually help Egypt's economy and -- just another example of giving money without getting anything in return and and in approaching this Muslim brother government.
Our policy should be that they have to give to get.
President president more -- is Muslim Brotherhood allies it ended direct relation -- -- Israel often blame Israel for incidents in the critical Sinai Peninsula.
And have even call for the destruction of Israel.
But now -- is desperate for economic help from the US and international groups.
They're asking for major economic aid to wrestle for support of -- I and that's.
That should come at a price.
Especially because of the outlook of this Muslim Brotherhood government.
USA it won't ensure the Muslim Brotherhood changes its ways but the question is if it doesn't should the US be sending money to bail -- the Egyptian economy.
-- Jim thank you.
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