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one hundred years from prisoners given a presidential pardon including the analogy therein three journalist Mohamed Fahmy Baher Mohamed and Peter Graf there was sentenced to three years in prison last month accused of operating without a private life in central casting material harmful to eat it they denounced the verdict athletically motivated after being released married Tommy that he would continue his heart celebrating going to party clean and %HESITATION you know we really hope that this is our time is up suffered so much , the beginning of this trial and we're very happy that the presidency she took this action and released us , %HESITATION them well I will continue fighting for press freedom them with a hammer how it will hurt freed Wednesday that former colleague Australian Peter Greta with deported in February later tried in absentia the pardons bring to an end lengthy criminal proceedings dating back to December twenty thirteen when the three were arrested human rights groups have accused Egyptian authorities had numerous violations since the army toppled the country's first democratically elected government two years ago Amnesty International allege they released when they comment fraction of those little from the pain of army said the blame for that case didn't solely by the door hiring the skates revolved around very foggy prosecution , as well as Algieri's shortcomings and negligence which have contributed to our situation , the problem comes a day before Egyptian president Abdel Fattah al titi travel to New York to address the UN General Assembly