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Al Shater’s Military Trial Adjourned Until next Tuesday
Al Shater’s Military Trial Adjourned Until next Tuesday
the court asked Al Husseini only one question after which he got confused and didn’t manage to answer it due to lacking sufficient information. He added that the defence team of the MB detainees asked the prosecution witness one question about his information around the case?. He didn’t give an answer to the only question of the defence team, making the court adjourn the session until Aug., 21st, 2007 .
Sunday, August 19,2007 11:49
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The Military Tribunal of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) leaders adjourned their fifth trial session till Tuesday, Aug., 21st, 2007.
 
Dr. Ahmed Abu Baraka, a member of the defence team of the Muslim Brotherhood leaders, said that lieutenant colonel Atef Al Husseini, the prosecution witness in the case, attended the court session. However, “this witness was confused and didn’t have any documented information in front of the court” said Abu Baraka, adding that the witness continued searching in papers with him, making the defence team of the MB detainees submit an objection.
 
Abu Baraka added that the court asked Al Husseini only one question after which he got confused and didn’t manage to answer it due to lacking sufficient information. He added that the defence team of the MB detainees asked the prosecution witness one question about his information around the case?. He didn’t give an answer to the only question of the defence team, making the court adjourn the session until Aug., 21st, 2007 . The period of adjourning the trial session is short so as to save the witness’ face after he got confused today and didn’t manage to answer the only question of the defence team.
 
It is worth mentioning that the military police prevented, hours ago, the US human rights activist and MAS Freedom Foundation Executive Director Mahdi Bray, from attending the trial session. Also denied access to the fifth session, Dr. Ammar Al-Qirabi, an observer delegated by the UN Human Rights Commission to attend the fifth session of the seventh military tribunal against the Muslim Brotherhood group.

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