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Live Blog | Egypt Bastille day in Egypt as storm Secret Service

This story was written by @carwinb and @exiledsurfer

[UPDATE 2011-03-06]

The Amn Dawla Leaks Web site launched on Facebook last night to distribute documents and news seized by Egyptian activists in the State Security offices of Nasr City and Alexandria. They now have an official twitter feed, @ADLWebsite.


According to VOANews.comEgypt's former interior minister, Habib Al-Adly, plead not guilty to corruption charges on Saturday.

Revelations pouring online include the minutes of the meeting of the State Security to develop a plan for the destruction of confidential documents.

The deputy interior minister ordered the shredding of Secret Service documents on Feb 26 according to this document, also seen below.



Egyptian ex-pats are calling it 'Bastille Day' in Egypt. Revelations are pouring out onto the twitter hashtag #AmnDawla and the Facebook profile: Amn Dawla Leaks

Debka reports that Friday night, thousands of protesters stormed the headquarters of secret security forces headquarters "(Mahabis Namn El Dawla) in Alexandria, Cairo and the nearby 6 of October town, shutting down its operations across the country, seizing control of the vast archive of records." (Photo Source: AEIMassry

Footage of Egyptians Storming #AmnDawla torture prison showing shelves of files via@moftasabelow.

Storming the Office of the Minister of the Interior Building, the State Security in Nasr City, Egypt below.

US Defense Secretary, Robert Gates, is racing to Cairo on orders from US President, Barrack Obama to handle the fall out and demise of Egyptian military's junta rule, and the exposure of information from "the secret files on every political and military leader in the country, confidential information once accessible only to ex-intelligence minister Gen. Omar Suleiman before the uprising." (Source: Debka).

From previous WL Coverage:

So who is former intelligence minister Omar Suleiman? Jane Mayer asks the question in herarticle in the New Yorker, and answers it with information from her book The Dark Side: The Inside Story of How the War on Terror Turned Into a War on American Ideals.

"Since 1993 Suleiman has headed the feared Egyptian general intelligence service. In that capacity, he was the C.I.A.'s point man in Egypt for renditions--the covert program in which the C.I.A. snatched terror suspects from around the world and returned them to Egypt and elsewhere for interrogation, often under brutal circumstances.".

Revelations also include a sex tape of Kuwait Royal Princess with a businessman in Alexandria from the #AmnDawla twitter feed.



One of the torture devices found:

Egyptian man explaining how he was tortured:

Live streams from demonstrators in front of several State Security buildings and headquarters can be found here via @exiledsurfer.

@Wikileaks has urged the preservation of shredded material.


Softwareused to reconstruct shredded East German Stasi file's may be used.

Picture of a car with shredded paper caught and seized by protesters below:


Numbers have started to increase in front of State Security Headquarters in Nasr City, calling for the Secret Service Forces to be dissolved via egyptocracy on YouTube and @wikileaks.

See the following for additional WL coverage of the Secret Service in Egypt and Western rendition to Egypt:


*This entry was originally published on WL Central