CAIRO  - The chief prosecutor in Hosni Mubarak’s trial insisted on Wednesday that he had strong evidence against the fallen dictator in arguing that Mubarak had ordered the killings of anti-regime demonstrators, and accused the interior ministry of hampering the case. “The prosecution has confirmed that Mubarak, (former interior minister Habib al-) Adly and his aides assisted and incited” the shooting deaths of protesters, the official MENA news agency quoted prosecutor Mustafa Suleiman as saying. But Suleiman said the “state apparatus had deliberately refused to cooperate with the prosecution” in the case.