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    Mubarak Pleads Not Guilty in Court

    This video image taken from Egyptian State Television shows  a  general view inside the Cairo courtroom Wednesday Aug. 3, 2011, where ailing, 83-year-old Hosni Mubarak  two of his sons and other officials are on trial on charges of corruption and ordering the killing of protesters during the uprising that ousted him. The scene, shown live on Egypt's state TV, was Egyptians' first look at their former president since Feb. 10, the day before his fall when he gave a defiant speech refusing to resign.   (AP Photo/Egyptian State TV)   EGYPT OUT

    Egyptian State TV / AP Photo

    Former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak denied all charges against him Wednesday. The ousted leader was wheeled into court on a hospital bed for the opening of his trial on charges of corruption and the unlawful killing of protesters. He’ll remain in bed—and behind a wire cage—throughout the trial, according to the Associated Press. It was his first public appearance since he was deposed on Feb. 11, and a raucous crowd of protesters greeted him outside the court building. He was flown to Cairo on Wednesday from the Red Sea resort of Sharm al-Sheikh, where he’s been living since losing power. His trial will be aired on Egyptian state TV.

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