Mubarak comes out Swiss-clean

EPA PHOTO KEYSTONE / MARTIAL TREZZINI

Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak enjoys Swiss hospitality in Hotel Intercontinental in Geneva, Switzerland, July, 2002

The Swiss Federal Prosecutor sees no evil, hears no evil


The Swiss Federal Prosecutor dropped a four years of a no doubt painstaking investigation into former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and his family. This means their cash maybe up for spending again. Since February 2011, the money was frozen on Swiss accounts, following 18 days of civilian protests and unrest in Egypt. Switzerland was one of the first countries to freeze whatever assets the Mubaraks and their associates had and anti-corruption “watchdogs” started working.

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