court issues Ismailia Criminal The first, headed by Counselor Ashraf Muhammad Ali Hussein, and the membership of advisors Walaa Wajdi Taher, Yasser Hosni Madbouly, Ahmed Serry Al-Jamal, and the secretariat, Haitham Omran, today, Thursday, ruled in the third session of the trial of the accused of deliberately killing a citizen, and attempting to kill two others in the middle of the street. in Ismailia.
Last Monday, the Ismailia Criminal Court considered the second session of the trial of the accused of intentionally killing a citizen and attempting to kill two others in the middle of the street in Ismailia.
The court heard the pleading of the Public Prosecution Office, the pleading of the victim, and the testimony of eyewitnesses, and the judge ordered the removal of the accused from the dock. The judge asked him about his perpetration of the incident, but he denied, saying, “Muhsalsh.”
The Ismailia Criminal Court first heard the statements of the representative of the Public Prosecution in the case, Counselor Mustafa Ahmed Zekry, who demanded that the accused be given the maximum penalty for committing 3 crimes, namely killing the victim and attempting to kill two others, and possessing and using a white weapon without legal justification.
The lawyer for the accused in the case presented his case before the court session, and spoke about the mental health report of the accused, and confirmed that his client was ill in a bad psychological condition and was insane and not responsible for his actions over the past days during the incident.
The lawyer of the accused asked for the innocence of the entrusted in the case, saying: “I will keep the mistake if I ask for innocence, and as for the drug, it is punishable by law with the use of clemency from the court, and if the court does not reach the stage of complete certainty of conviction, the doubt remains, and it is justice, but it is not enough for conviction, and I delegate my command to God and then to the justice of the court.” .
The accused’s lawyer demanded that his client be treated in an addiction clinic for 6 months before a decision was issued against him.
The accused, Abd al-Rahman Nazmi, known as “Abd al-Rahman Dabour,” embraced his mother and kissed her feet, demanding that she forgive him in front of the judge. He also embraced his sister, who collapsed upon seeing him before the judge.
The Ismailia First Criminal Court had considered the first session of the defendant’s trial last Saturday, and decided to postpone the trial, to the first session on Monday, to hear the defendant’s defense and pronounce the verdict, before reserving the session until tomorrow, Thursday, to pronounce the verdict.
Ismailia security forces imposed strict security reinforcements in front of the Ismailia Courts Complex, during the trial session, and the accused accompanied three policemen during his presence in the dock.
Counselor Hamada Al-Sawy, the Public Prosecutor, had ordered the referral of the accused of deliberately beheading a citizen in Ismailia and attempting to kill two others to the competent criminal court in an urgent criminal trial; To punish him for what was attributed to him from the foregoing, as well as to use narcotic substances, and possess knives – without legal justification – in a gathering place with the intention of disturbing public order.
The Public Prosecution had established the evidence before the accused from the testimony of the two injured victims and ten other witnesses, and what resulted in her reviewing the clips filming the crime, and her acquaintance with the accused, as well as the accused’s admission in detail that he committed the crimes attributed to him, and what was proven in the report of the Forensic Medicine Authority that the incident may occur according to The photography contained in the investigations, and the fact that the results of the analysis of the accused contained a drug he had previously admitted to taking and whose type had been determined in the investigations, as well as another type.
It was also proven in the report of the Department of Forensic Psychiatry issued by the Regional Council for Mental Health that the accused is free from any symptoms indicative of his psychological or mental disorder, which he may lose or lack of awareness, choice, integrity of will, discrimination and knowledge of right and wrong, whether at the present time or at the time of the incident in question. Which makes him responsible for the charges leveled against him.
The beginning was on the first of last November, when the Public Prosecution received a report that the accused had killed the victim, slaughtered with a white weapon in front of passers-by on the main road in Ismailia, as he slit his neck and separated it from his body. Photographed on social media for the facts of that tragic crime during its commission, and by presenting the matter to the Public Prosecutor, he ordered an urgent investigation into the incident.
Immediately, the Public Prosecution moved to the scene of the accident, inspected it, and kept the video clips of the incident from the surveillance machines installed in the shops overlooking it.
The Public Prosecution questioned the two injured victims and 5 other witnesses, and it concluded from their testimony that the accused used to use narcotics, and that he met the victim on the day of the incident, where they had a conversation for a few minutes that ended with the accused committing his crime.
The accused disclosed to passers-by during his assault on the victim that there were previous differences between them to back down from stopping the crime, then assaulted two passers-by, one of whom had a previous relationship with him, inflicting some injuries on them and trying to escape, but the people chased after him until I was able to arrest him and hand him over to the police.
By interrogating the accused in what was attributed to him of the premeditated murder of the victim, and the association of that felony with the two felonies of attempting to kill the other injured, he admitted that he had committed the incident and used various narcotics on the morning of its occurrence and identified their types.
The Public Prosecution ordered his pretrial detention for four days pending investigations, before renewing his detention for 15 days pending investigations, and decided to take the necessary measures to indicate the extent of the health and safety of his psychological and mental state of what was reported in this regard, contrary to what appeared from the accused’s balance during the investigations, his re-representation and his simulation of how committing the incident.
The Public Prosecution charged the accused with intentionally killing another in Ismailia and attempting to kill two others, as well as using narcotics, and possessing knives – without legal justification – in a gathering place with the intention of disturbing public order.