Morsi Defiant As Trial Opens

Matthew 24:10,11 Then he said to them: “Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. There will be great earthquakes, famines and pestilences in various places, and fearful events and great signs from heaven.

Deposed Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi appeared at a trial yesterday defiant and angry at the court.

The court had installed a soundproof cage for Morsi to stay inside during the hearing in response to the first time Morsi appeared in court and disrupted the proceedings by continually yelling at the judge and prosecutors.

The new soundproof cage was so successful at keeping order in the court that Egyptian state television declared it “the hero of today’s trial.”

Morsi was also ordered to wear regular prison apparel instead of the dark suit that he wore in the first trial.

Morsi reportedly sat angrily in his cube until his microphone was turned on and then he did nothing but question the judge.

“I am the president of this republic,” Morsi said, “and I’ve been here since 7 in the morning sitting in this dump.”

Other members of the Brotherhood on trial at the same time were placed in a separate glass cage.  Every time their microphones were turned on, all  they did was chant anti-military messages.

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