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Jacob Zuma and Thales trial that counsel for the Defence has failed to make a case

CAPE TOWN - It's been contended in the Jacob Zuma and Thales preliminary that insight for the protection had neglected to put forth a defense for the evacuation of lead examiner Billy Downer

Insight for Downer, Advocate Wim Trengove, has blamed Zuma for depending on "schemes and guess" in his entries. 

Zuma's extraordinary request to have Downer eliminated from indictment forged ahead Wednesday in the Pietermaritzburg High Court. 

Zuma and French organization, Thales, are accused of defilement regarding the arms bargain. 

Trengove said that previous President Jacob Zuma had understood that his connivances didn't confront examination. 

This was after Zuma asked the court for one more independent hearing, or a legal started request, to see whether he had a "exceptional protection". 

"He understands that his paranoid ideas don't face the dependable direct nullification of these fear inspired notions and thusly he requests a new judicially started investigation into the inquiry to whether he has an extraordinary safeguard. Presently it's a cycle that is unfathomable in our law," Trengove said. 

Zuma's legal advisor, Advocate Dali Mpofu, couldn't help contradicting Trengove, saying that Zuma reserved a privilege to require one more investigation into his unique guard where he could interrogate Downer. 

"Regardless of whether it's incredible to Mr Trengove, yet it's here," Mpofu said. 

The extraordinary request will wrap up on Wednesday following two days of contentions.

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