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This April 1, 2011 photo shows activist Ahmed Douma, left, during a march to Tahrir Square demanding prosecution of members of former President Hosni Mubarak's regime in Cairo, Egypt. An Egyptian prosecutor says prominent Douma was arrested and referred to a speedy trial for insulting the country’s president in comments he made on TV, in the first such case. Prosecutor Mohammed Tanikhi said Thursday, May 2, 2013 that Douma’s trial begins Sunday. He was arrested Tuesday after a Muslim Brotherhood member complained that Douma called Morsi a “killer” and a “criminal”, blaming him for a violent security crackdown on protesters in the coastal city of Port Said that left 40 people killed. (AP Photo/Sarah Carr

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This April 1, 2011 photo shows activist Ahmed Douma, left, during a march to Tahrir Square demanding prosecution of members of former President Hosni Mubarak's regime in Cairo, Egypt. An Egyptian prosecutor says prominent Douma was arrested and referred to a speedy trial for insulting the country’s president in comments he made on TV, in the first such case. Prosecutor Mohammed Tanikhi said Thursday, May 2, 2013 that Douma’s trial begins Sunday. He was arrested Tuesday after a Muslim Brotherhood member complained that Douma called Morsi a “killer” and a “criminal”, blaming him for a violent security crackdown on protesters in the coastal city of Port Said that left 40 people killed. (AP Photo/Sarah Carr
This April 1, 2011 photo shows activist Ahmed Douma, left, during a march to Tahrir Square demanding prosecution of members of former President Hosni Mubarak's regime in Cairo, Egypt. An Egyptian prosecutor says prominent Douma was arrested and referred to a speedy trial for insulting the country’s president in comments he made on TV, in the first such case. Prosecutor Mohammed Tanikhi said Thursday, May 2, 2013 that Douma’s trial begins Sunday. He was arrested Tuesday after a Muslim Brotherhood member complained that Douma called Morsi a “killer” and a “criminal”, blaming him for a violent security crackdown on protesters in the coastal city of Port Said that left 40 people killed. (AP Photo/Sarah Carr
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