This video, aired by Egypt's al-Tahrir, shows two journalists with Al Jazeera English.
CAIRO — A private Egyptian television channel has aired what it called exclusive footage of the arrest and interrogation of two foreign journalists, who are now being held in a high-security prison awaiting trial on terrorism-related charges.
The 22-minute video, broadcast Sunday night by the satellite channel al-Tahrir, appeared to have been taken by police forces on Dec. 29 as they stormed a pair of hotel rooms that the Qatar-owned Al Jazeera English satellite network was using as temporary offices. Among those detained were Egyptian-Canadian Mohamed Fadel Fahmy and Australian Peter Greste, who stand accused of conspiring with “terrorists” to fabricate news about Egypt.
(Erin Cunningham & Abigail Hauslohner, Washington Post, Feb. 3, 2014) Read original