Conflict & Justice

Prosecution Demands Death Sentence for Mubarak

One of the prosecutors said that Mubarak was directly responsible for the killing of anti-government protesters during the mass protests that drove him from power.

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The prosecution in the trial of Hosni Mubarak has demanded the death sentence for the ousted Egyptian leader.

One of the prosecutors said that Mubarak was directly responsible for the killing of anti-government protesters during the mass protests that drove him from power.

More than 800 protesters were killed during an 18-day revolt before Mubarak was ousted on February 11, 2011.

Anchor Marco Werman talks to Noel King, who is following the trial in Cairo.

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