In Cairo, justice is in the eye of the beholder
Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi may be taking advantage of the post-revolutionary turmoil to lift the last brake on a political takeover.
"O judges, O judges, you are our hope after Allah," cried the Muslim Brotherhood leaders shocked with joy after Egypt's parliamentary election in 2005. The Brotherhood had grabbed 88 seats. Not only had the organization won a great victory, the judges who supervised the election became a symbol.