Mubarak Claims Innocence as Egyptians Protest

Monday, April 11, 2011

Protesters gathered Cairo's Tahrir Square once again on Saturday to demand that the Egyptian military open an investigation into former president Hosni Mubarak's abuses. Mubarak responded to charges of corruption in a radio address on Sunday, the first time he's addressed the country since being forced from power in February. How have Egyptians responded to Mubarak's claims of innocence? What does this mean for the future of Egypt?

Joining us from Cairo is Ethan Bronner, Jerusalem Bureau Chief for The New York Times.

Guests:

Ethan Bronner

Produced by:

Jillian Weinberger

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