What is ironic about Meursault wanting to say something in his own defense in "The Stranger"?

What is ironic about Meursault wanting to say something in his own defense in "The Stranger"?

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Meursault has taken little interest in his own trial up to the point where he wants to testify. However, after hearing people talk about him, he realizes he is being...

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