He may not have long to live, so it'll probably be a short term nevertheless. From Fox News
(via The Jawa Report
CAIRO – Hosni Mubarak was sentenced to life in prison Saturday for failing to stop the killing of protesters during the uprising that forced him from power last year. The ousted president and his sons were acquitted, however, of corruption charges in a mixed verdict that swiftly provoked a new wave of anger on Egypt's streets.
Calls have gone out for a massive protest at Tahrir Square, the heart of the uprising, at 5 p.m.
After the sentencing, the 84-year old Mubarak suffered a "health crisis" while on a helicopter flight to a Cairo prison hospital, according to security officials who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to the media. One state media report said it was a heart attack, but that could not immediately be confirmed.
The officials said Mubarak cried in protest and resisted leaving the helicopter that took him to a prison hospital for the first time since he was detained in April 2011.
Well I guess he'll be on his way to the highest court next then. As bad as he actually was, Mubarak's ousting is obviously nothing to celebrate when you know there's still more Islamofascists out there in Egypt who will lead the country into more horrors soon.
Labels: Egypt, islam, political corruption