Bailed Al Jazeera journalist Mohammed Fahmy speaks
Mohammed Fahmy is one of the three Al Jazeera journalists who were jailed for more than a year in Egypt, accused of supporting the banned Muslim Brotherhood and "spreading false news". All three men, respected and veteran journalists, say the charges were completely fabricated. Mohammed was initially sentenced to seven years in prison and is now out on bail, but can't leave Cairo and faces a fresh trial in the same system that convicted him. He's frustrated with the Canadian government - he's a Canadian citizen - for not making the same effort to have him deported as Australia made for his colleague Peter Greste. And he also says his employer, Al Jazeera, failed to protect him.