It’s the game half of Egypt is playing:
The family of the ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi has accused the army of abducting him.
His daughter Shaimaa told a news conference in Cairo that the family was taking legal measures against the army.
Mr Morsi has been held at an undisclosed location without charge since he was removed from power on 3 July.
Morsi is suffering what used to be known as “coup flu.” It’s one of those delicate conditions, often suffered by mid- of high-ranking Soviet leaders, which sometimes lead to a quick and complete recovery, but which often proved quietly fatal.
You just never know.