Egypt's Prime Minister Ahmed ShafiqTo say whoever did what happened yesterday and today, would be held accountable, is foolish, as they will find they have to jail Mubarak. Just do it now.
VIOLENT STREET CLASHES CONTINUE; JOURNALISTS BEATEN – Egypt's prime minister apologized Thursday for the violent attacks on protesters yesterday and said the country's president has asked him to investigate the security chaos. "This is a fatal error, and when investigations reveal who is behind this crime and who allowed it to happen, I promise they will be held accountable and will be punished for what they did," Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq said on state-owned TV.
The criminal Prime Minister Shafiq referred to, MubarakAnd a spokesman for the United States blasted forces in Egypt Thursday who have harassed, detained and beaten journalists. "There is a concerted campaign to intimidate international journalists in Cairo and interfere with their reporting," U.S. State Department spokesman P.J. Crowley said Thursday on Twitter. "We condemn such actions." His comments came amid more reports of the perils facing journalists covering the unprecedented unrest in Egypt.