Deposed President Hosni Mubarak and his former Interior Minister will face the judgment of an Egyptian court side-by-side. A judge has ordered their trials to be merged into one. Monday's hearing was short as the lawyer for Mubarak and his sons asked for time to review evidence. They'll return on September 5th. Mubarak, wheeled into court on his sick bed, is on trial for corruption and ordering the killing of protesters in February's uprising. There have been clashes between pro and anti-Mubarak supporters outside the hearing. Those who still support the former president, saying the trial is a way to humiliate him. RT talks to Asia Times Correspondent Pepe Escobar, who is in Sao Paolo.
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