Egypt’s ire turns to confidant of Mubarak’s son

by Kareem Fahim, Michael Slackman and David Rohde

CAIRO — As Egyptians turned their anger on symbols of the state late last month, torching police stations along with the headquarters of President Hosni Mubarak’s ruling party, they reserved a special hatred for a garish building with black tinted windows in an upscale neighborhood, setting fire to it three times.