Al-Jazeera Mubasher Misr channel revealed on Monday leaked documents allegedly purposefully removed from the Itihadiya case files, which prove the innocence of the defendants from the charges brought against them.
The files, exclusively obtained by Al-Jazeera, include details that would invalidate the case from a legal standpoint.
In the latest session in February, the legal defence team accused the prosecution of deliberately removing 100 pages from the investigations, and not submitting them to the court or the defence.
According to Al-Jazeera, the files disprove the charges against Mohammed Morsi and Muslim Brotherhood leaders. In a previous decision by the prosecution, as the leaked files suggest, it confirmed lack of evidence to corroborate the criminal charges.
The leaked files include the investigations pertaining to the eight fatalities who have been excluded from the case, in which families of the victims accused a number of opposition leaders at the time of incitement to murder their relatives. Most victims of the Itihadiya Palace clashes were supporters of the ousted President Morsi.