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Defiant Mursi tells court he is still Egypt's president

EDITORS PLEASE NOTE: -- REUTERS CANNOT INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THE CONTENT OF THE VIDEO WHICH WAS UPLOADED BY AL WATAN NEWSPAPER -- AUDIO AS INCOMING. -- SOME OF THIS EDIT CONTAINS MATERIAL THAT WAS ORIGINALLY 4:3 He was Egypt's first freely-elected President but on Monday a defiant Mohamed Mursi arrived for the first day of his trial. The ousted Islamist president is facing charges of inciting violence in December, during mass protests against his rule. In court, an angry Mursi chanted 'Down with military rule' and called himself Egypt's only 'legitimate' president. Outside, hundreds of opponents of the army-backed government echoed that feeling. They say the trial -- which wasn't televised on state TV - is a sham. (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) MURSI SUPPORTER, MAGED MOHAMED, SAYING: "We want a public trial so we can know the truth" (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) UNIDENTIFIED MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD SUPPORTER, SAYING: "They are hiding somet

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