State Security HQ overrun in Cairo
By William Wan and Liz Sly
Washington Post Foreign Service
CAIRO – Hundreds of protesters stormed the headquarters of Egypt’s widely feared State Security Investigations agency in Cairo on Saturday and began sifting through thousands of potentially inflammatory documents, marking another step toward dismantling the administration of ousted President Hosni Mubarak.
A first step towards prosecutions?
Egyptian protesters hope the records seized from state security buildings will lead to prosecutions of officers.