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Osama Morsi: President Steadfast; New Trumped Up Charges Farcical
Osama Morsi: President Steadfast; New Trumped Up Charges Farcical
Escalating their injustice and persecution, the putschists holding Egypt hostage are trying the country’s legitimate President on ludicrous false charges of inciting violence and murder.
Thursday, December 19,2013 07:54

 Osama Morsi, the son of Egypt’s legitimate President Mohamed Morsi, and his lawyer said that visits to his father were banned by coup commanders and collaborators who do not know the meaning of the state, the law, democracy, or human rights, and reject orders and decisions issued by their own appointed public prosecutor to allow visits to the legitimate President Mohamed Morsi.

In a statement, Osama Morsi said: "After the coup they executed and the murders they committed, there’s hardly anything they would not do... Where are the coup leaders? Why don’t they appear in live interviews with the people? They loathe live TV. They only do recorded interviews.

"The decision to refer the legitimate President to a criminal court on charges of spying is null and void... Such charges should be leveled at those who overthrew democracy, executed a traitorous coup and murdered the people."

"The President stands steadfast. He does not waver or hesitate. We stand by him, determined to fulfill our demands. We know the price of our freedom and our Revolution. The heinous putschists’ oppressive practices will not succeed in breaking or sidestepping popular will... The coup will be defeated, and all its actions will be declared null and void, soon."

He explained that the President's family has been unable to hand him winter clothing to fend off the current freak wave of severe cold in Egypt. He pointed that contrary to the putschists’ statement, the legitimate President never incited violence, but did his best in the most civilized and selfless manner to run the country.

He further added: "We could not ascertain how the President is these days. We do not know anything about him. This shows that the President is indeed held hostage. He is not kept at Burg Al-Arab prison as they claim.

"In international criminal law, this is known as leader abduction. This is a criminal hostage-taking situation ignored by all human rights organizations subservient to the military generals, who crush the heads of slaves."
tags: Revolution / Morsi / Coup / Human Rights / Osama Morsi / Military Coup
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