Al Shater’s Military Trial Adjourned till Thursday
The Military Tribunal trying 40 Muslim Brotherhood (MB) leaders adjourned its Tuesday 7-hour session to Thursday, Nov, 22nd, to raise to 35 the number of sessions of this marathon trial.
It is worth mentioning that the former US Attorney General Ramsey Clark was denied two times access to the military trial court house to monitor the process.
They do not know that governments that seek to hide what happens inside, and prevent observers from doing their duty, are actually dealing a death blow to justice and independence of the court”, said the former US attorney General expressing his shock after he was denied access to the courthouse.
Clark added that:” being behind closed doors means that this military tribunal doesn”t only violate rights of these accused, but it also violates human rights because every human being has the right to stand trial in front of a fair judge and in a public court”.