Vigilantes hang 2 thieves in public, Egypt says

Vigilantes hang 2 thieves in public, Egypt says

Cairo : NY : USA | Mar 17, 2013 at 7:47 AM PDT
Source: Fox News
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Egyptian security officials say vigilantes beat two alleged thieves, stripped them half-naked and then hung them in public in a small Nile Delta town...The officials say the two men had stolen a rickshaw from a town in the province of Gharbiya. Angry residents in the town of Samanod beat the two suspects... FULL ARTICLE AT Fox News
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