RAWALPINDI - An Anti-Terrorism Court here Saturday acquitted three men from the charges of launching a terrorist attack outside Denmark Embassy in Islamabad two years ago due to non-sufficient evidence against them. According to details, ATC Judge Malik Muhammad Akram Awan absolved three men Muhammad Ilyas alias Qari Jamil, Muhammad Rizwan and Rai Shakir Ali in the case of car explosion, which claimed lives of six while injured 27 others, outside the Danish Embassy on June 2, 2008. The Court in the verbal order has cited lack of evidence against the accused as main reason for their acquittal. Six other men Muhammad Naeem, Zeeshan Raheel, Muhammad Sarfaraz, Faisal Ahmed Khan, M Nadeem and Dr Abdul Razzaq had already been cleared in the case. The nine men, according to the prosecution, were nabbed on January 29, 2009 from Rawalpindi with explosive material. Later, the police witnesses in Denmark Embassy case identified them and obtained their custody. AFP adds: A court on Saturday acquitted three men charged over a deadly suicide car bomb attack near the Danish embassy in Islamabad in 2008, but prosecutors said they would appeal the verdict. We will file an appeal in the High Court within the 30 days stipulated period, senior prosecutor Mohammad Tayyab told AFP. The bomb damaged the mission and the residences of the Indian and Dutch ambassadors, and almost destroyed a nearby UN agency. Tayyab said that the prosecution had produced 32 witnesses in court, of whom two 'eyewitnesses testified that they saw suspects Qari Ilyas and Shamsul Haq signalling the suicide attacker towards the target as they sat in a car. He did not speak about the role of the third accused. The three are the only suspects to have been tried over the attack. The court had objected that during the identification parade of the accused men, required procedure was not followed, which is just a technicality, Tayyab added. He said that the suspects were arrested a few months after the attack in a separate case, and during questioning they admitted their role in the Danish embassy bombing.