Egypt Live Blog
Case against Mubarak 'not strong at all'
Legal experts have been telling Al Jazeera's Sherine Tadros that the case against Hosni Mubarak is "not strong at all":
"What they've managed to prove, those legal experts tell is, is that a certain number of protesters were killed, and that they were lethally shot using live ammunition. That's forensic evidence that was presented during the course of this case. But it's the so-called smoking gun that's missing, that link between the police officers shooting the protesters and the orders given by Hosni Mubarak and Habib al-Adly to that effect...and that is what is needed for a guilty verdict and certainly for the death penalty."
She added that in its closing statements, the prosecution said that it had trouble getting statements from officials that might help it get a conviction.