Egyptians are expressing anger and outrage over last Friday's beating of a 50-year old protestor during demonstrations outside the presidential palace.
Security police used batons and their fists to assault and strip naked unemployed laborer Hamada Saber before dragging him into a paddy wagon.
These tactics remind Egyptians of the Mubarak regime; many feel they've just replaced one tyrannical regime with another. They fear security officials are resorting to even worse abuses in private.
A growing number of human rights organizations are condemning President Morsi's agressive response to the demonstrations. Amnesty International describes the Egyptian government tactics as "unecessary" and "excessive."
Watch this video of the police attack on Saber and then you decide.