quarta-feira, 10 de julho de 2013
Photographer films his own death
The death of the photographer on camera Ahmed Assem artist scene showed Egyptian army shooting directly into the camera before he died. Grainy film taken from soldiers as he shot his views on the roof with yellow stones. He shot more than once and then suddenly turned and just gun toward the camera lens. Camera Ahmed will continue as part of the evidence violated The film ends - and also, apparently, the end of the life of Samir Ahmed Assem. Photographer 26 years of newspaper Al-Adala Wa Al-Horia of Egypt is one of at least 51 people were killed when security forces opened fire on a crowd outside camping club officers Republican Guard forces in Cairo Egypt, where Mohammed Mursi, ousted president, is expected to be held. Advertising He has been on stage Assem protesters as Muslim Brotherhood supporters knelt in prayer before dawn Monday. According to friends and relatives, the time of his death was arrested as the film culminates particles. News of his death filtered through Assem after his bloody camera and mobile phone were found at the site of the camp. "At about 6:00, a man came to the media center with a camera full of blood and told us that one of our colleagues were wounded," said Ahmed Abu Zeid, editor culture of the newspaper that God is working in the Assem installation created with al-Rabaa Adawiya mosque, about a mile away. "About an hour later, I received news that Ahmed had been shot by a sniper in the forehead during filming or taking pictures on top of the buildings surrounding the incident." "The camera is Ahmed turned the entire incident from the first moment." "He started shooting from the prayers which he captured the dawn and in the video, you can see dozens of victims. Ahmed cameras will continue to be part of the evidence that the violation be done. "