After the judgement of the Egyptian Supreme Court of Justice, which has judge the former president Mubarak not guilty of killing protesters in January 2011, some protestations come from the people. “The verdict was completely expected”, Mohamed Mostafa, a researcher at the Egyptian Commission for Rights and Freedoms, told MEE. He has add after, that people have other things to do now, better to know if he was condemned or not. Economical crisis, humanitarian crisis, terrorisms, torture. This verdict is to be expected – “they are criminals, and our current regime is made up of criminals”, said member of the Revolutionary Movements Coalition in the years following the revolution. The actual regime seems to protect the former. But people are too fearful to protest against Al-Sissi regime.