Almotamar.net - The specialized Penal Court in the capital Sana’a held on Monday the third hearing of 17defendants accused of plotting to blow up the presidency mosque.
At the hearing, headed by Judge Mohammed Al Bargshi, the defendants refused to respond, demanding a copy from the case file.
For their part, the victims and their lawyers walked out of the hearing because the judge refused to step down from the case.
The court decided to continuo the trial proceedings, including the review of the proof list, and called on security bodies to bring five defendants others held in jail into the court next hearing.
The state security prosecution has accused 57 defendants, including five remanded, 22 granted conditional release and 30 defendants would be tried in absentia, of plotting to blow up the presidency mosque in 2011.
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