According to the Egyptian Health Ministry, at least twelve supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi were killed in Alexandria and eight more in two separate clashes in Cairo during Friday’s violence that erupted after the military overthrow of the president. An anonymous source told me this:
A military coup in Egypt resulted in the ousting and imprisonment of the democratically elected president Mohamed Morsi, closure of media outlets sympathetic to the president, house arrest of his advisors, and suspension of the constitution. The military that overthrew Mohamed Morsi is the main recipient of the $1.3 billion yearly US aid package to Egypt. You could say that the US “owns” the Egyptian military that just overthrew its first democratically elected leader.
Video below appears to show the army shooting a protester cowardly in the back from an armored vehicle. It is not very clear from the video who fired the shot, but you can tell from reaction of witnesses, especially the guy with bag across his shoulders that it came from inside the vehicle. The guy freezes for a second and then ducks. The bullet however takes out a guy who is just calmly walking and not doing anything.