CAIRO: The Cairo Criminal Court, headed by judge Ahmed Sabry Youssef, adjourned the trail of ousted President Mohamed Morsi and other 14 Muslim Brotherhood defendants in the Ithadeya case to Oct. 11, Youm7 reported.
The trail will be adjourned to hear the argument of the prosecution and to lift the previous imposed ban of media presence.
The Ithadeya Presidential Palace clashes took place on Dec. 5, 2012 shortly after Morsi passed the constitutional declaration, which would have immunized his decisions.
The declaration was criticized by protestors, especially since then-attorney general Abdel Meguid Mahoud was dismissed from his position and the Shura Council was immunized
The clashes between the protestors and pro-Brotherhood supporters killed at least 10 citizens, including journalist Al-Husseiny Abu Deif.