Glass cage mutes Morsi at Egypt trial

In court for second time since ouster, ex-president defiant but is held in check

Posted: January 29, 2014 at 5:05 a.m.

Former President Mohammed Morsi stands Tuesday inside a glass-encased metal cage in a courtroom in Cairo in this image taken from Egyptian state TV. Morsi was separated from other defendants.

Mohammed Morsi, the deposed Egyptian president, appeared in public Tuesday for the second time since his detention after the military takeover in July, this time locked in a soundproof glass cage as the defendant at a criminal trial.

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