Topic: CBS News' Lara Logan Assaulted During Egypt Protests
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Look at this pic she has beat marks on her breasts. https://imgur.com/a/rdp4Z

I have seen a lot, she was beat up at different points during the attack that lasted for hours. A lot went on on stage, like Lara said " You wouldn't believe the things they did to me." Yes I would, I have seen it. Some of it I won't even speak about how sick the Muslim culture is.


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Here another, taken later on in the crowd, look at her face it looks beat up. Look what she just lifted off of in the first pic.

https://imgur.com/a/sVL4j


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You know your Posts do prove 1 thing for sure! IF YOU BEAT OFF AS MUCH AS YOU, YOU WILL GO BLIND!  You see Lara in BRAIL ??????


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. said: You know your Posts do prove 1 thing for sure! IF YOU BEAT OFF AS MUCH AS YOU, YOU WILL GO BLIND!  You see Lara in BRAIL ??????

Post regd, Katalyst.


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. said: You know your Posts do prove 1 thing for sure! IF YOU BEAT OFF AS MUCH AS YOU, YOU WILL GO BLIND!  You see Lara in BRAIL ??????

^^^ This is the poster that can never seem to find Lara in any pic,:hmmm: I wonder why?


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Up on stage https://imgur.com/a/g2xGQ


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The pic shows nothing and this if so then the guys closer to the camera are not even looking at your SO CALLED LARA!  But they can be watching 2 Camels Fucking! On another Stage!


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. said: The pic shows nothing and this if so then the guys closer to the camera are not even looking at your SO CALLED LARA!  But they can be watching 2 Camels Fucking! On another Stage!

^^^ This is the poster that can never seem to find Lara in any pic,:hmmm: I wonder why?


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But the big question that has never been answered is: Does LL still shit in a bag?

Another question is since her stinkhole was so stretched, can anything lesser than a race horse satisfy her?

hotdawg in da hallway
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Facts and evidence please!!!!!! Of fucking anything !!!!!


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. said: But the big question that has never been answered is: Does LL still shit in a bag?

Another question is since her stinkhole was so stretched, can anything lesser than a race horse satisfy her?

hotdawg in da hallway
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Out of all the pics or videos I have seen, I don't believe she ever did. She wasn't that damaged.


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Another question is since her stinkhole was so stretched, can anything lesser than a race horse satisfy her?

That is repairable. :LOL:


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Out of all the pics or videos I have seen, I don't believe she ever did. She wasn't that damaged.

There were a few stories in print  . She was reported to have been back to the hospital a couple of times for 'complications'. :lol:

:rump:


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There were a few stories in print  . She was reported to have been back to the hospital a couple of times for 'complications'. :lol:

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Seeing pics of her a month after the attack it didn't look like she was hiding anything, like a bag.


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YOU MEET LARA FACE TO FACE AND SHE SAYS:
EAT ME?  WHO'S SIGNING UP?


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CAIRO — An Egyptian court sentenced seven men to life in prison on Wednesday for sexual assaults on women during public rallies in Cairo’s iconic Tahrir Square, in the first such heavy sentences since the government vowed to crack down on rampant sexual violence.

Sexual harassment has long been a problem in Egypt, but assaults have become more frequent and brutal over the past three years of turmoil, with frenzied mobs targeting women who take part in political gatherings.
The charges stemmed from four different incidents of sexual assault this year and last year, including one during celebrations of the inauguration of President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi in June.
Videos of the brutal attacks posted online caused a public outcry, and pushed the new leader to make the highest profile condemnation of the escalating phenomenon and order a crackdown on perpetrators. A week later, 13 suspects were sent to trial in a speedy referral aimed to send a message of deterrence.
The various charges against the defendants ranged from attempted rape, kidnapping and assault to torture and attempted murder. The maximum sentence was life in prison.
In a nationally televised session Wednesday, the judge sentenced the seven men to life in prison. Three of them received multiple life sentences for taking part in different assaults. Another two men each received two 20-year sentences.
The men were to be placed on surveillance for five years once they finish their sentences. They were also ordered to pay financial compensation.
In one of his last decisions before stepping down in June, Adly Mansour, Egypt’s interim president and el-Sissi’s predecessor, decreed sexual harassment a crime punishable by up to five years in prison. The decree amended the country’s existing laws, which did not criminalize sexual harassment.
Harassers face between six months to five years in prison, with harsher sentences reserved for offenders holding a position of power over their victims, such as being a woman’s superior at work or being armed.


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTmobL-e20U


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Just take a look at the situation in Norway and Sweden now, with regard to rapes of indigenous girls by Muslim immigrant men, and what is really scary is that their Press and their governments  won't admit that such a problem exists, for fear of appearing "racist".  Of course, we have many similar newspapers in the UK, such as The Guardian and the Independent, but, worst of all, we have the BBC, which never reports on the deteriorating situation in Norway and Sweden, preferring to ignore it and not let its viewers know either.


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Egyptian activists will hold an online protest on Wednesday to press the military leadership to investigate soldiers who abused pro-democracy demonstrators, including women who were detained and forced to take "virginity tests".

The interim authority, formed after Hosni Mubarak was ousted in February, has come in for increasing criticism from the youth movement for the slow pace of its reforms, and intolerance of dissent.
The abuse of the women, which was confirmed by a senior army official, has caused particular anger, and prompted a storm of protest on the internet.
The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces had previously denied claims by Amnesty International that 18 women detained in March were subjected to virginity checks and threatened with prostitution charges.
But an Egyptian general told an American television network on Monday that tests were in fact conducted, and defended the practice.
"The girls who were detained were not like your daughter or mine," the general, who requested anonymity, told CNN. "These were girls who had camped out in tents with male protesters in Tahrir Square, and we found … molotov cocktails and [drugs]."
He said the tests were conducted so that the women would not be able to claim that they had been sexually abused while in custody.
"We didn't want them to say we had sexually assaulted or raped them, so we wanted to prove that they weren't virgins in the first place," the general said. "None of them were [virgins]."
Amnesty condemned the general's comments and called for a full investigation.
"This general's implication that only virgins can be victims of rape is a long-discredited sexist attitude and legal absurdity," a statement said. "When determining a case of rape, it is irrelevant whether or not the victim is a virgin. The army must immediately instruct security forces and soldiers that such 'tests' are banned."
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The women were detained on 9 March, nearly a month after the revolution that forced Mubarak from power, when soldiers cleared Tahrir Square after men in civilian clothes attacked protesters.
One of the female victims, Salwa Hosseini, 20, told Amnesty that she and the other women were forced to remove their clothes before being strip-searched by a female guard. Male soldiers looked into the room, and took pictures, she said.
The women were also beaten and given electric shocks, Amnesty reported.
The growing dissatisfaction with the interim government is increasingly clear. While the military council has pledged to organise elections this year and hand over to a civilian government, tens of thousands of people appeared in Tahrir Square last week to demand faster reforms.
Youth activists have said that additional, online protests are necessary because Egypt's mainstream media treads too softly around the military, a taboo carried over from Mubarak's reign.
The new rulers have shown themselves to be thin-skinned, with a military prosecutor summoning a prominent blogger and a television journalist after they criticised the army during a talkshow. Three other journalists were also called in for questioning on Tuesday. They were all released without charge.
In a statement, the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information condemned the military council for "dispersing fear" among the media and the judiciary. The group said that three judges were also under investigation for appearing on talkshows where they criticised the use of military courts for civilian cases and called for judicial reform.


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Trauma: Yasmine El Baramawy was subjected to a brutal rape in Cairo's Tahrir Square during the 'Arab Spring' in November 2012


  She saw them running towards her as she approached Cairo’s Tahrir Square and within seconds she was surrounded. 


What followed for Yasmine El-Baramawy was the most terrifying 70 minutes of her life – a prolonged, brutal rape and sexual assault by dozens of men, while a crowd looked on. And did nothing.
‘I felt hands all over my body, as they tore at my clothes like savage animals and tried to pull down my trousers,’ recalls the 30-year-old musician and composer.
More than 100 thugs also beat her with sticks and slashed at her with knives – disgusting, degrading ‘punishment’ because she dared to join the protests against former President Mohammed Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood party.
Yasmine was back in Tahrir Square yesterday – and once again felt that rising sense of panic as vast crowds clashed.


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President Mohammed Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood party. This is the guy Obama helped put in power.

Muslims are slime.


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So is Obama. On the wrong side of everything.


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. said: I SAY THAT IS LARA FOR SURE!  As nipples are as big as the Topless Picture! And all we need now is 1 picture of a Dick in her mouth or pussy and then tie lie is bogus! She speaks for money and said HANDS ONLY! 

She got hands and alot more. She won't talk about being up on stage and she was up on at least two different ones maybe more. 


Here you go.

This is up on a different stage under the banner which she was reporting from.  https://imgur.com/a/FNYQc


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Look the position where Lara is standing under the N in the word DEMAND.

 The argument https://imgur.com/a/FdEtE 


Same place as the argument pics only up on the stage also her black blouse is pushed up around her neck.

 https://imgur.com/a/FNYQc



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