Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak pleads not guilty to the charges against him.  He was flown from a hospital in Sharm el-Sheikh to Cairo by medical helicopter and appeared in court in a hospital bed, behind a specially built iron cage that housed all the defendants.  Journalist access to the trial was restricted, and the images broadcast by Egyptian state television are some of the only images available of Mubarak's first public appearance since his final defiant speech on February 10, 2011.
Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak pleads not guilty to the charges against him. He was flown from a hospital in Sharm el-Sheikh to Cairo by medical helicopter and appeared in court in a hospital bed, behind a specially built iron cage that housed all the defendants. Journalist access to the trial was restricted, and the images broadcast by Egyptian state television are some of the only images available of Mubarak's first public appearance since his final defiant speech on February 10, 2011. Themba Lewis / MCT
Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak pleads not guilty to the charges against him. He was flown from a hospital in Sharm el-Sheikh to Cairo by medical helicopter and appeared in court in a hospital bed, behind a specially built iron cage that housed all the defendants. Journalist access to the trial was restricted, and the images broadcast by Egyptian state television are some of the only images available of Mubarak's first public appearance since his final defiant speech on February 10, 2011. Themba Lewis / MCT

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