DAY 3987: WEDNESDAY MAY 2ND 2012.
Most people in Egypt do not believe that the military rulers will step down.
RT NEWS “Plain clothed thugs shooting at protesters with live bullets and tear gas, for sure they are working for SCAF,” @Gsquare86 wrote when the attack began several hours ago.
Associated Press Reports
Al Jazeera Live Blog:
Activists voiced concerns about security forces refraining from protecting the sit-in, suggesting their implication in the attack. The sit-in began on Friday night when a group of supporters of former presidential candidate and Salafi preacher Hazem Salah Abu Ismail headed from Tahrir Square to Abbasseya, which houses the Defense Ministry, to protest the disqualification of the conservative preacher from the race.