Mubarak "falls" into coma

Apparently, deposed Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak "fell into a coma" a few days after giving his resignation speech

Here's a quick update on what is the ever-bizarre Egyptian situation. Apparently, deposed Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak "fell into a coma" a few days after giving his resignation speech, as reported by the Al Arabiya News Channel.

This is the stuff of Tom Clancy novels, and now, apparently real life. Back in March, he had surgery for an inflamed gall bladder, and the report says he fainted twice while preparing his final speech.

Now, this could just be the case of a man on in years, undergoing tremendous stress, and that stress getting to him. On the other hand, if you're more of a fan of Clancy-style conspiracy theories, it could be Mubarak was "pushed" into a coma.

Let me be clear: I'm am categorically not saying that's what happened. Just, you know. The timing of it.

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