December brings us a new wave of revolt demanding the SCAF's transfer of power to civilian rule, and an unprecedented wave of violence and human rights violations by military police. Let us not forget the military violence and restraint of freedoms has been escalating, albeit prevalent since January. Here is a brief history ending with a vast array of videos and pictures covering the last 48 hours.
The kidnapping and assault of protestors (beating and torture in some cases too) can be traced back to the 18 days in Tahrir . However most arrested protestors chose to keep their testimonies confidential and a number retracted them. January was still a time when people were willing to believe.
In addition to this, on the 28th of March Military police stormed into the home of 28 year old blogger Maikel Nabil Sanad and arrested him for his blog entry: "The army and the people wasn't ever one Hand". Maikel was charged with 'insulting the military establishment' and sentenced to three years of improsinment, eventually shortened to two years. Maikel's arrest is not only a violation of his freedom of expression, but the way he was sentenced and the charges that were leveled against him in the Military courts were also violations in and of themselves.