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Submitted by Charles (Netherlands), Feb 3, 2010 at 10:30

The trial on free speech and islam-critique with Mr Wilders can from now on te be followed on a special website which has been launched today.

http://www.wildersontrial.com/

Today also the Judges have decided that of the 18 witnesses Mr Wilders would want to call to the stand in his defence, only 3 will be heard. The Judges do not accept the other witnesses whom all are specialized in the constitutionial or criminal law and/or in islam doctrines. Mr Wilders was not amuzed, if not thunderstruck by this decision. His right to call witnesses of his choosing is seriously curtailed with this decision. To be continued...

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