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Alleged police murder behind Egypt protests

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Published on Jun 14, 2010

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Egypt's chief prosecutor has ordered an investigation into the death of Khaled Saeed, a young man allegedly killed by police in the coastal city of Alexandria.

Activists and family members say the 28-year-old was tortured to death for possessing video material implicating members of the police in a drug deal.

The allegations were followed by protests in Alexandria and the Egyptian capital of Cairo where authorities responded with force.

Al Jazeera's Rawya Rageh reports on how police brutality has once again put the country's emergency law under attack.

June 14, 2010

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