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Mubarak trial resumes after delay

Wednesday, December 28, 2011 - 01:34

Dec. 28 - The trial of ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak continues after a two month delay. He is charged with ordering the killing of protesters and corruption. Lily Grimes reports.

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Egypt disgraced former president Hosni that Barack is wheeled into court and again me. But Barack his two sons and senior officials. Faced charges relating to corruption -- his three decades in office and the deaths of hundreds of -- justice as it came to an end. The trial -- seemed on Wednesday following a delay of almost two months as lawyers for the families of those killed. -- for the presiding judge to be replaced. I argued he gave an inadequate time to question field Marshal town Talley who heads Egypt's ruling army council. Request was rejected it. One of these lawyers sent it may be difficult to treat them up barricades he or just to fire on protestors. -- -- Saved us when whack at. And more product but what is -- been and so often it is that's above it commuters there were people being killed and injured on the streets of pilots from January the 25 home and he had the power to stop these events and him and he could have stopped the killing and the far end of life -- some protestors. But he did not do so. The -- and -- on that chemicals ought to get in and won't let me -- Fox -- Around 850 people were killed in the eighteen day uprising that kind of -- in the Barack in February. The hearing was delayed until next Monday. Daily times. Militants. And at all.

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Mubarak trial resumes after delay

Wednesday, December 28, 2011 - 01:34