Anderson Cooper gone underground.
Hostility against Journalists trying to provide coverage on the Egyptian turmoil has increased, as a result many have gone underground.
Including CNN’s star anchor Anderson Cooper.
Warning: Some of this footage is very graphic.
Mubarak says if he steps down now, chaos will ensue. From what I, and hopefully you have gathered, chaos is in full effect already.
CBS News’ senior foreign correspondent Lara Logan and her crew were detained outside Israel’s Embassy in Cairo by Egyptian military on thursday, and were released today. An ABC producer reported being threatened with beheading by Pro-Mubarak supporters. Logan has since returned to the United States. ABC crews, and NPR crews were also attacked.
Like Logan, Katie Couric reporting for CBS, and Brian Williams for NBC have returned to the U.S. out of fear for their safety.
Hopefully a state of resolve can be achieved before many more people are injured, or killed.
Since last night, peace has fallen over the main site of turmoil, Liberty (Tahrir) Square in Cairo. Hopefully it remains that way.
Editor-In-Chief of Fagazine,