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Mubarak's Son Flees Egypt, Police Fallback from Suez
Reporter, Tom Bustamante
Last Updated: Jan.
26, 2011 - 4:58pm EST
YORK)--As protests continue to spread
in Egypt reports now emerge that President Mubarak's son, Gamal
Mubarack, has fled Egypt with his family to London, this on the
heels or rumors that police in the city of Suez have pullback from
the city under heavy pressure.
Hosni Mubarak's son, who is considered as his successor, has
fled to Britain along with his family, a US-based Arabic website
The plane with Gamal
Mubarak, his wife and daughter on board left for London
Tuesday from an airport in western Cairo, the website Akhbar al-Arab
In a day many expected a heavy hand put down to the recent protests,
Egyptian police found themselves overwhelmed in a situation that is
looking more and more like a revolution.
Protesters in Suez set
a government building on fire and tried to burn down a local
office of Egypt's ruling party late on Wednesday, security sources
and witnesses said. In other reports, police have all but pulled
back to the Suez city limits as the military stands-by.
As of early this
evening, reports where that all mobile networks were down in Suez,
and that police may have, or are currently, opening fire on crowds
with live aumminition.
The ability to verify these reports have become more difficult late Wednesday
as a full media and social networking black-out has made it more
difficult for press organizations to get their stories to the wires.
But, taking from what one can get, the situation in Egypt is looking
less like protests, and more like a revolution.
The Information Revolution
In another sign that any nations ability to hide from their own
public any corruption, or misdeeds, can no longer be kept under the
secret covers. With the world becoming ever more flat, and the
ability of mobile technology to plug people together around the
world, in real-time, tyrant nations now know their days for all
purposes are numbered.
No matter if it's US and Europe with Wikileaks, the Iranian
uprising, the fall of Tunisia, and now the Egyptian protests, the
ability for government to control information is slipping from their
hands in the past few years. Just another sign of the worlds
rebalancing of power as it flattens out. The revolution will be
broadcast in 4G.
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