Mohamed Morsi was the leader of the Brotherhood group in Egypt and the first democratically elected leader. Following the Arab Springs in 2011, his reign as President did not last long, and he soon became a political prisoner.

He collapsed in court this week while at his trial, and was pronounced dead before reaching the hospital.

Journalist Peter Greste provides insight into the Egyptian prison system, and how significant Morsi’s reign was.

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