I'm annoyed that the Times refers to this as "popular outrage" when it's really "extra terrible riot by a bunch of known-to-be-violent soccer thugs.The condemned went to a soccer match with weapons and intentionally started a riot. Some of the dead where actually killed by police bullets, clearly a consequence of the gunfight they were forced to fight.The false "popular outrage" is actually the consequence of explicit threats made by the friends of the same people who went to the soccer game armed. These people are really doing the same thing to the local society as their friends did to the soccer match. That is, they are going into a civilian population to incite violence – over a soccer team! A soccer team whose players and fans inclined to fight and murder.
At Least 30 Die in Egyptian Riots After Soccer Verdict - NYTimes.comhttp://tqwhite.org?D2AB92