The long-awaited and politically sensitive trial of Muhammad Nazaruddin, the former treasurer of Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono’s Democratic Party, got off to a riotous start Wednesday. It was halted prematurely when Nazaruddin and his lawyers objected to all of the facts delivered by the prosecution and accused them of using “telepathy” to make up the bribery case against him.

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