An Egyptian protester holding live bullets that were shot by the army... News PhotoArab Spring,Army,Bullet,Cairo,Conflict,Egypt,Horizontal,Middle East,Protest,Protestor,Tahrir Square - CairoPhotographer Jonathan RashadCollection: Moment Jonathan Rashad © 2011[UNVERIFIED CONTENT] CAIRO, EGYPT - APRIL 9: An Egyptian protester holding live bullets that were shot by the army during the crackdown on Tahrir Square. On April 9, 2011, Military Police, Central Security Forces and Thunderbolt Special Forces attacked Tahrir square to arrest the 16 dissident military officers, who gave their support to protesters in Tahrir. Two people were killed in the clashes, including 15-year-old Ali Maher, who came all the way from Beni Suef. All the officers were sentenced to 3 years, now serving their term in military prison. Their demands were: trial for officials and to avenge the revolution martyrs, and release of military officer Ayman Sallem, who called for a revolt in Dec 2010.