Street artist Ganzeer, a musician and a filmmaker were putting up protest posters in Downtown Cairo, when someone from a gathering crowd called the police patrol. Since the posters criticized Egypt’s Supreme Council of the Armed Forces – the current stand-in power now that Mubarak has been booted – the three were arrested and turned over to the military prosecution. Shortly after, news of the arrest and the poster image of a winged, gagged “Freedom Mask” went viral. Ganzeer thinks they were freed in less than a day because of the supporters who Twittered and Facebooked them towards a speedy release.