Tuesday, June 05, 2012


This is breaking news.  More than a year after the ouster of Husni Mubarak, LA Times discovers that his regime was "hard-line":  "Hard-line states, including the former government of deposed President Hosni Mubarak, who was sentenced Saturday to life in prison for the deaths of hundreds of protesters last year, often accuse such groups of political meddling and espionage."  The LA Times added that the US does not have a spy agency and it never ever spies in Arab countries.