Ousted, disgraced, and sentenced to life in prison, the name of former president Hosni Mubarak still outrages many Egyptians. Thousands of protesters gathered in Tahrir Square on Saturday to demonstrate for a stricter sentence against Mubarak and his aides. “The Mubarak verdict mock us,” protester Sharif Ali told reporters. “He and [former Interior Minister Habib] Adly got a sentence, and their aides got nothing. When they return to court on appeal, they will be freed, too.” Protesters remained in Tahrir, the ideological home of last year’s anti-Mubarak demonstrations, continuing demonstrations that have reportedly left 100 injured across Egypt.