Anderson Cooper Attacked (VIDEO): Riots in Cairo is getting worse as Anderson Cooper with his crew has been attacked by supporters of the government on Wednesday early morning. Anderson Cooper and his CNN news crew claim they were punched, kicked and shoved by a violent mob of pro-Mubarak supporters in Cairo.
Anderson explained, "The instinct is try to punch back ... but in a situation like that you really can't because that just inflames the crowd all the more ... so all we could do is just try to walk as quickly as possible, stay together and seek a safe location which is where we are now."
Watch this Anderson Cooper attacked video below:



Cooper had sent out an update via his tweeter thanking those who gave their concern:
"Thanks for tweets of concern. I'm sore and head hurts but fine. Neil and mary anne are bruised but ok too. Thanks"
But then a lot of people have negatively commented on Anderson Cooper. Here's what one have to say:
Dear Anderson Cooper,
When you attempt to do***ent a peoples peaceful struggle with their government by placing yourself among them you are assaulting their rights. There people should not be violated by you, your camera nor your opinion that humanity deserves to witness political conflict. You have disgraced your profession and you would prove your worth if you were to beg forgive from the people of Egypt. I am American citizen and I value the rights we have to privacy, rights you have stripped the people of Egypt from securing. I am ashamed to share citizenship with you, I will forever mention your injustices I have just watched. (posted by Jess on TMZ)
I think the man's right. That's Egypt's internal problem and any country should be aware that once people's rights are assaulted, expect the unexpected.