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Mubarak trial postponed

Monday, August 15, 2011 - 01:18

Aug. 15 - Protesters outside the Mubarak trial react angrily to news the case has been postponed to September 5. Jessica Gray reports.

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Egyptian protesters are outraged after a judge and live television coverage of former president Hosni Mubarak's trial. Demonstrators also expressed their anger over the decision to adjourn the case until September 5. When they -- -- -- in the resolution when people -- trial within 24 hours so why has He not consensus yet what has He not consensus off the six months why. Because she is still the president just like He wasn't He would remain -- He will remain -- six more months into the regime is finished. Mubarak along with his two sons of former minister of interior and several top officials is being tried for killing protesters. -- cases further divided egyptians still reeling from the after effects of the revolution that unseated the ruling party. Earlier pro and anti Mubarak groups clashed leaving several people injured. Judge I'll spend their fat ban TV coverage until sentencing begins. If convicted. 83 year old Mubarak could receive the death penalty. Jessica gray Reuters it.

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Mubarak trial postponed

Monday, August 15, 2011 - 01:18