Monday saw the Minya Criminal Court in Egypt give the death sentence to 529 Muslim Brotherhood supporters for the murder of one police officer during unrest last year. In a piece produced for The Wire, Emma Lancaster and I looked into the response from the Egyptian community, how such sentencing compares to that found under Morsi and Mubarak, and what this means for Egypt’s future:
Here is my full interview with Michael Hayworth, Middle East Campaigner at Amnesty International:
As before, I am unable to embed audio in the email blast. You can take a listen at Soundcloud.