Aug. 15 - Pro and anti-Mubarak supporters clash at site of trial as court case against former president and his son resumes. Jessica Gray reports.
Egyptians are waiting with bated breath the resumption of the trial against former President Hosni Mubarak and his son. -- okay. Throw in its Mubarak supporters clashed in front of the courtside at the edge of Cairo hurling stones in taunts at each other. The trial has divided egyptians with some blaming Mubarak for the deaths of hundreds of protesters. While others say the blame lies elsewhere. I am just 185 million people but it isn't possible -- it's a man. Who has been booed in the country for thirty years on trial. The one who should be tried -- the ministry into India for the lack of security and others who stole billions Leo and the outlook. That's a little. Today is the happy they witnessed by the Egyptian people -- and everybody else under the condition that they make room for a fair trial. Make room for police. People receiving the death penalty -- -- what they would like before they die so it should be the same full Mubarak make a fair trial possible if -- -- in his -- this it -- -- I don't look at it I'll -- it. Monday could also see the court decide whether field Marshal Mohamed Hussein come tally. The head of -- military ruling council will appear as a witness. Approximately 850 people were killed and another 6000 wounded during the eighteen. Rubber bullets and water cannons. -- Ukraine Reuters. Yeah.