Ayman Nour gets a death threat from Mortada Mansour

Ayman Nour is accusing Mortada Mansour- the jailed trouble making ex-MP from the NDP- of threatening to kill him inside Jail. The Story goes that Nour Found someone screaming his name, and when he looked he saw Mortada standing at the door of the room, stopped by the secret Police Guard, while verbally lashing at Nour, insulting him and threatening to kill him. Nour is also claiming that Mortada alleges that he is doing this in co-ordination with the jail's security forces and known political figures in exchange for special privileges in Jail. I would say that this is probably nothing, but after the murder Suicide of the Witness in Ayman's case, all bets are off. The conventional wisdom is: This man won't get out of Jail alive!

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  1. Karim
    September 23, 2007 at 10:44 am

    I think he will get out of jail alive, but only when the state is convinced that the world has forgotten about him, and that he will have gotten this very obvious message about his future in politics.

    They could have left him alone at the beggining and he would have lost the election, drove himself out of the political picture. It’s so sad to see what is happening to this man and his family, all because of dictatorial fear.

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  2. Samuel Tadros
    September 23, 2007 at 6:38 pm

    Dear Sandmonkey,

    First welcome back. You were truly missed.
    I agree with you that the threat has to be taken seriously as Mortada is a desperate man and would love to win favors with the government.
    One correction however, although Mortada Mansour is a big supporter of Mubarak, he was never a member of the NDP. He was elected to Parliament as an independent from Dakahlia’s 14th District and remained in Parliament as an independent.

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