Demonstrations erupted in Cairo on Monday night as activists demanded the release of a jailed blogger and the end to military trials for civilians. The blogger, Alaa Abd El Fattah, criticized the Egyptian military's response to an October 9 protest that ended in violence and the death of 28 protesters, most of them Coptic Christians. He also referred to the army controlling Egypt as "Mubarak's military." Fattah is being accused of inciting violence.
Cairo-based freelance reporter Noel King says the incident has major implications, and could potentially lead to a second revolution. Laila Soueif is the mother of Fattah. She discusses her son's case.