Former Egyptian president Mohamed Mursi has died in court, state television reported on Monday.
The criminal court was reviewing espionage charges against Morsi and 23 other Muslim Brotherhood members, when the former Egyptian president collapsed. He was later transferred to an unknown hospital.
Morsi, who hailed from Egypt's now-outlawed Muslim Brotherhood, was elected president in 2012 in the country's first free elections following the ouster the year before of longtime leader Hosni Mubarak.
In March 2018, a panel of British politicians and lawyers warned that Morsi's prison conditions were poor and could lead to his early death.
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Photojournalists managed to capture a few sentences of the document, but the full contents had not previously been revealed. There was even criticism from some in the president's party, Morena, which holds strong majorities in both houses.
In 2015, Morsi was sentenced to death in the jailbreak lawsuit.
Morsi, 67, was in court when he suddenly blacked out and then died, according to state television.
"He has been placed behind glass cage (during trials)". This is premediated murder. His Muslim Brotherhood also held a majority in parliament. Morsi was oustered by the military after serving one-year of a four-year mandate following protests. Tens of thousands of Egyptians have been arrested since 2013, mainly Islamists but secular activists who were behind the 2011 uprising.