The Cairo Criminal Court decided Sunday to postpone the trial of former Egyptian Minister of Interior, already sentenced to 12 years in prison for corruption, to allow the defense to examine the documents.
Continued in the context of this case former heads of central security forces, the department of public safety, agency investigations of state security, security of Cairo, Giza and security the current assistant minister for business coaching and safety director of the city of 6 October.
The prosecutor accused the former interior minister Habib al-Adli and some law enforcement agencies of "premeditated murder of several participants in peaceful demonstrations across the country."
According to a government commission of inquiry, 846 people were killed and 6,476 injured during the demonstrations.
In a report, the commission reported a "disproportionate use of force by security services" against the protests by firing live rounds, posting snipers on rooftops and using vehicles to mow the Protestants .