The Court of Cassation sets the January 26 session to review the moratorium on the execution of the killer of Naira Ashraf

The Court of Cassation set the next January 26 session as the first session to consider suspending the execution of the verdict issued against the accused, Mohamed Adel, in the case of killing Naira Ashraf, until the appeal is decided before the Thursday “D” circuit of the Court of Cassation.

The Mansoura Criminal Court had sentenced Muhammad Adel, the murderer of student Naira Ashraf, in front of Mansoura University, to death by hanging.

On June 22, Counselor Hamada Al-Sawy had ordered the Public Prosecutor to refer the accused, Mohamed Adel, to the Criminal Court; To punish him for what he was accused of of intentionally and premeditated killing of the victim student (Naira), where he made the intention and determined to kill her, and tracked her until he got her in front of Mansoura University. Forty-eight hours after the accident.

The Public Prosecution had established evidence before the accused from the testimony of twenty-five witnesses, including students, university security personnel, and shop workers in the vicinity of the incident. His assault on her, as well as the family of the victim, and her friends who confirmed the habitual exposure of the accused and his threat to her with harm for her refusal to engage with him after he proposed to her, and his attempt more than once to force her to do so, which forced them to write several records against him, and that the accused, days before the incident, sought to communicate with the victim She had to find out the timing of the bus that she used to ride to the university, and she refused to answer him. The detective is conducting investigations from the development of the dispute arising between the victim and the accused due to her refusal to associate with him to his constant exposure to her, until he resolved to kill her, and the timing of the end-of-year exams was chosen. The school year was convinced that she was at the university as a date to commit his crime, and on the day of the incident, he tracked the victim, boarded the bus she used to ride, and killed her upon her arrival at the university.

The Public Prosecution also established evidence before the accused, which was proven by examining her mobile phone, which resulted in it containing several messages she received from the accused, including threats to kill her by beheading, as well as what was proven by watching the recordings of surveillance machines seized by the Public Prosecution at the crime scene extending from the place where the victim was independent, the bus. Even in front of the university, where the independence of the accused in the bus with the victim appeared, and he followed him after her exit from it, and he monitored all the circumstances of her killing when she approached the university, and drew weapons in the face of those who tried to defend her.

The Public Prosecution also relied in its evidence on the accused’s detailed admission of committing the crime during his interrogation in the investigations, and the pictorial simulations he made at the crime scene and showed how it was committed, in addition to the report of the anatomical character of the victim’s body that allowed the incident to occur according to the perception that the investigations concluded and in Contemporary history.

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