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Hosni Mubarak found not guilty of ever being Egyptian president

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Hosni Mubarak found not guilty of ever being Egyptian president

Court acquits former president of any charges relating to his presidency

A court this morning sensationally acquitted former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak of ever being Egyptian president.

Cheers erupted in the courtroom in central Cairo as the judge delivered his verdict, which also saw charges against the ex leader for corruption and the conspiracy to kill protestors during the 2011 revolution dropped. The court ruled that, since the ousted president had never been president, he would not have been able to commit such crimes.

Outside the courthouse there were scenes of confusion among the Egyptians who had gathered to hear the trial.

“Honestly, I could have sworn Mubarak had been president,” said one. “Just goes to show how shit my memory is!”

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  1. Anonymous

    December 7, 2014 at 9:48 pm

    Only in Egypt this could happen…geez

  2. Mr Kite

    December 9, 2014 at 11:17 pm

    Not only that but Hosni Mubarak is an assumed name. His real name is Harold Mubberfield and he’s a tourist from Derbyshire, England who got lost on a trip to Cairo in the 1980s.

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