Cairo Criminal Court resumes on Monday re-trial of 156 defendants in the case publicly known as "Kerdasa massacre".
The defendants face accusations of storming a police station in Kerdasa district، Giza، killing 12 police officers and dismembering their bodies.
They also killed two passers-by، damaged the building and burnt a number of police cars، armored vehicles.
They possessed heavy firearms، according to police investigations.
The massacre dates back to August، 2013، days after the dispersal of Rabia and El Nahda sit-ins that were staged by the Muslim Brotherhood group following the ouster of former President Mohamed Morsi amid mass street protests.