Allegations that Mubarak murdered protesters submitted to attorney general

A number of lawyers have submitted reports to the attorney general that accuse former President Hosni Mubarak of involvement in the shooting of protesters and inciting chaos during the pro-democracy protests that started on 25 January.

Judicial sources said accusations against Mubarak and former Interior Minister Habib al-Adli requested both men's arrest and speedy trial. As well as shooting protesters, they are accused of ordering police to withdraw and allowing thugs and prisoners destroy the country.

Lawyers submitted another complaints against partisan and security leaders, including former National Democratic Party (NDP) Secretary for Organizational Affairs Ahmed Ezz, People’s Assembly speaker Fathi Sorour, former NDP Secretary General Safwat al-Sherif, and number of Parliament and Shura Council members. They are all accused of practicing policies that endangered the country, intimidated citizens and damaged public properties.

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