Juan Soroeta, a professor of international human rights from Spain, reports from Rabat as an international observer. "From what we've seen until now, the most important is that the judge is permitting the participation of the attorneys of the victims. They cannot participate in the judicial process. They are tampering with the whole process. This is reason for cessation and if there was a ruling finally and the court decides that they don't have the legitimacy to participate, which will be the case most likely then it will come to the conclusion that the whole process is being tampered by the presence of people that cannot participate in it. And unfortunately that's what we have."