Trial to resume on Tuesday ousted President Hosni Mubarak and his sons, Alaa and Gamal and former Interior Minister Habib el-Adli and six of his top aides on charges of killing demonstrators, in order to complete the defense lawyer, initiated by the minister yesterday.
This came after he decided to Cairo Criminal Court on Monday adjourned the trial until today to enable the lawyer Adli bring the necessary technical means to display the CD, which he said had video recorded for the Central Security Forces at the time the demonstrations, and asserts that it did not fire shots at demonstrators.
And stuck to the lawyer to hear testimony Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces Lieutenant General Sami Anan, and intelligence chief, Major General Murad Muwafi, and all the witnesses that named in the case.
And set aside the court held at the Police Academy suburb of Fifth Avenue in New Cairo, headed by Judge Ahmed raised the five-day-Adli's lawyer to make its case for the former minister.
This came after the court heard defense lawyer Fred Deeb, chief of the defense of the former president in consecutive sessions throughout the week.
And dozens of supporters gathered outside the headquarters of Mubarak Academy, in the presence of heavy security, to prevent any clashes between the families of martyrs and the injured and those who call themselves the "Sons of Mubarak."
Faces Mubarak and Al-Adli and his charges of murder and incitement to murder and ordering the killing of peaceful demonstrators during the revolution of January 25, a charge punishable, if proved, the accused, to death according to Egyptian criminal law.
He also faces Mubarak and his two sons, Alaa and Gamal and businessman Hussein Salem fugitive charges of corruption and profiteering and financial fortunes illegally exploiting their political influence.
Official figures estimate the number of demonstrators who have, in the events of the revolution between January 25 and February 11, 2011, to 846 demonstrators in addition to nearly 3,000 wounded, some wounded and permanently.
Source: Al Jazeera + and agencies