This video says about itself:
Egyptian Female Activist Shaima al-Sabbagh Killed By Police In Tahrir Square Protest
24 January 2015
A woman was killed on Saturday in Cairo after the police fired shotgun pellets at a handful of socialist activists marching to Tahrir Square with flowers to commemorate the hundreds of demonstrators killed there during the revolution that began on Jan 25 2011 witnesses said.
A health ministry spokesman said Shaima al-Sabbagh died of birdshot wounds, which fellow protesters said were fired by police to disperse the march. Al Sabbagh who was said to be … with a five year old son, was shot while she peacefully marched towards the Tahrir Square to lay a commemorative wreath of roses.
Egyptian activists shared graphic images of Ms. Sabbagh’s last moments on social networks Photographs and video recorded before the police moved in seemed to show the protesters, including Ms Sabbagh, standing peacefully outside the Air France KLM office in Talaat Harb Square near Tahrir. As officers charged at the protesters guns drawn shots rang out and Ms. Sabbagh fell to the pavement. Al-Sabbagh was taken to a hospital where she was declared dead.
From daily The Independent in Britain:
Cairo protests: 15 killed in Egypt in clashes with police as more than a thousand protesters mourn young mother Shaima al-Sabbagh
Officials confirm the 32-year-old was shot in the face and back
Sunday 25 January 2015
A young mother is among four activists who have been killed in clashes with police in two days of protesting in Egypt to mark the four-year anniversary of the Arab Spring.
Officials have confirmed that 32-year-old Shaima al-Sabbagh was shot dead on Saturday as she joined a march to lay flowers in Tahrir Square, the symbolic heart of the 2011 revolt that overthrew the dictator Hosni Mubarak.
Ms Sabbagh was hit in the face and back by birdshot pellets, designed as a “non-lethal” crowd control tool to scatter from a single pellet when fired using a shotgun.
Her death has been met with outrage across Egypt, and about 1,000 people marched in her funeral procession early on Sunday. She leaves behind a five-year-old son.
“Shaima was killed in cold blood,” said Medhat al-Zahid, vice president of the Socialist Popular Alliance party of which Ms Sabbagh was a member.
Interior Ministry spokesman Hany Abdel Latif said an investigation into her death had begun, adding: “No one is above the law.”
Three more protesters were killed on Sunday as anger flared in response to Saturday’s killing, with security sources also attributing the deaths to birdshot pellets.
Officials told Reuters a 52-year-old man was shot in Alexandria, Egypt’s second-largest city, while two protesters were killed in the Cairo suburb of Matariya.
A crackdown on all forms of public assembly has made protesting much harder this year, in keeping with the harsh laws against dissent enacted by former army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, who ousted Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood in July 2013 following mass protests against his rule.
Today’s anniversary represented a test as to whether liberal activists and Islamists alike would have the resolve to challenge the new US-backed government once again.
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