Journo’s in cages? I think its a great idea. Especially those who side with the MuBro’s against western civilisation. No, I don’t think Peter Creste is naive or stupid. And greed is no excuse either: he sold his services Â to our enemies, which makes him guilty of treason:
Paraded in cages: Clutching at his wire mesh cell, ex-BBC man is among journalists facing Egyptian court on terror charges
- Journalists accused of altering footage to support Muslim Brotherhood
- Muslim Brotherhood branded a terrorist group by the Egyptian government
- Australian producer Peter Greste called the charges ‘preposterous’
- Journalists are among 20 defendants accused of being terrorists
- Most of the rest are pro-Morsi Muslim Brotherhood members
- Many defendants have made claims of torture by Egyptian government
The judge, Mohammed Nagi Shehata, denied the requests for bail from Peter Greste, an Australian producer from Al-Jazeera English; Mohammed Fahmy the Canadian-Egyptian bureau chief, and cameraman Baher Mohammed, during the fourth hearing of the trial that opened on February 20.
Locked into wire mesh cages, four men including a former BBC producer are paraded before a court in Cairo.
They were marched from their cells in white prison uniform to face accusations of terror-related offences.
Peter Greste, who worked for the BBC in Afghanistan, Latin America and Africa, is among three journalists and 17 others charged with providing a platform to the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group of the democratically-elected former president Mohamed Morsi. (More)
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