Laser Light Show Sums Up Egyptian President’s Career, Muslim Brotherhood’s Reign

July 3, 2013 | Bucky Turco

The people of Egypt have spoken. Well, their military has. President Mohammad Morsi was told his services are no longer required and was whisked away for his own personal safety. Meanwhile the constitution was suspended and it was declared that an interim government would be installed until elections are held. As crowds packed what appeared to be every inch of Cairo’s Tahrir Square to celebrate with fireworks and laser light shows, one message in particular was projected on a government building that resonated well with the masses, in Egypt and abroad. (Photo: @AliCanS.)