FILE - In this Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012 file photo, Egyptian women holding pictures of ousted President Hosni Mubarak chant slogans in front of Tora prison, where Mubarak is serving a life sentence, during a show of solidarity on the 6th of October national holiday marking the 1973 war with Israel, in Cairo, Egypt. The signs in Arabic read, "you cowardly brother," and "the history of our hero will not be forgotten." Mubarak served as the commander of the country's air force during the war. It was one of the most perplexing events of Egypt's 2011 revolution: Attacks on prisons that broke out more than 20,000 inmates, among them Hamas and Hezbollah militants and Muslim Brotherhood leaders, including the man who is now the country’s president, Mohammed Morsi. Now a court case is trying to uncover for the first time who was behind the attacks, raising political headaches for Morsi. (AP Photo/Mohmmed Asad, File)

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FILE - In this Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012 file photo, Egyptian women holding pictures of ousted President Hosni Mubarak chant slogans in front of Tora prison, where Mubarak is serving a life sentence, during a show of solidarity on the 6th of October national holiday marking the 1973 war with Israel, in Cairo, Egypt. The signs in Arabic read, "you cowardly brother," and "the history of our hero will not be forgotten." Mubarak served as the commander of the country's air force during the war. It was one of the most perplexing events of Egypt's 2011 revolution: Attacks on prisons that broke out more than 20,000 inmates, among them Hamas and Hezbollah militants and Muslim Brotherhood leaders, including the man who is now the country’s president, Mohammed Morsi. Now a court case is trying to uncover for the first time who was behind the attacks, raising political headaches for Morsi.  (AP Photo/Mohmmed Asad, File)
FILE - In this Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012 file photo, Egyptian women holding pictures of ousted President Hosni Mubarak chant slogans in front of Tora prison, where Mubarak is serving a life sentence, during a show of solidarity on the 6th of October national holiday marking the 1973 war with Israel, in Cairo, Egypt. The signs in Arabic read, "you cowardly brother," and "the history of our hero will not be forgotten." Mubarak served as the commander of the country's air force during the war. It was one of the most perplexing events of Egypt's 2011 revolution: Attacks on prisons that broke out more than 20,000 inmates, among them Hamas and Hezbollah militants and Muslim Brotherhood leaders, including the man who is now the country’s president, Mohammed Morsi. Now a court case is trying to uncover for the first time who was behind the attacks, raising political headaches for Morsi. (AP Photo/Mohmmed Asad, File)
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