Scott Horton Interviews Adam Morrow

Scott Horton, July 17, 2011

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Adam Morrow, journalist with IPS News, discusses the return of million-man demonstrations in Egypt’s Tahrir Square; the powerful forces allied against successful Egyptian democratization; why world leaders, especially the autocratic ones tenuously holding power, are very worried about Hosni Mubarak’s prosecution; and the end of the honeymoon between Egypt’s protesters and the once-beloved army.

MP3 here. (14:37)

Adam Morrow writes for Inter Press Service News Agency.

3 Responses to “Adam Morrow”

  1. M$r ZoO system is runninc on ABODZ battery-they believe NOT.

  2. Would it not be smart for worldwide protests that he Mugarak be prosecuted along with his friends that commited crimes.The world needs this to show that people that commite crimes no matter there positions of power or what country it is.America is beyond repare they need new people in power that don';t stray from the constitution.And if they do at the very least lose there job.After a complete change a law like this would have to be the most stictly guarded law in the country.America was once a great place people were proud to call home and rightly so.Now it is near the bottom of places to live in the world the people that run the country with few exception are criminals at the highest leval that could care less about the once great U.S.A.

  3. Losing there job if they sray even 1 bit away from the constitution.All the way to being caught hurting your country and getting liofe and even death if thats what the law says.There are people that think they are above the law Bush,Obama and many others need to be put in jail for as long as the crimes call for in both cases neather should ever be free.

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