Cairo Criminal Court has postponed the Ettehadiya incidents case, in which deposed President Mohamed Morsy and 14 other leaders and members of the Muslim Brotherhood are accused of inciting violence and murdering protesters, to 5 April in order to meet the defense’s requests.
The court received a report from the Radio and Television Union confirming that the CDs that were presented by the prosecution contained video images of the incidents that took place at the Ettihadiya presidential palace.
The judge allowed five Egyptian state television cameras to film the session.
The trial resumed after the Cairo Court of Appeal turned down a request by defendant Essam al-Eryan to replace the judge, fined him LE10,000 and confiscated his bail.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm