The thread of the crime.. “Eating his mango” is the story of a worker who tried to kill his brother in Giza

“The Seventh Day” is presented in the “Thread of Crime” series, through which it tells stories that reveal the thread that helps the security and judiciary men to decipher the crime, reach the solution to the mystery, and identify the perpetrator, real stories on the ground, the security men remained for periods Until they got to the “crime thread”.

The medical report issued to a worker who arrived at a hospital in the Haram area with a cut wound to his body led the Public Prosecution Office in southern Giza to reveal the falsehood of the victim’s story, that unknown persons attacked him for resisting them while he was forcibly robbed while walking in the street.

By asking eyewitnesses and neighbors, and putting pressure on the victim and asking him about the incident, he confirmed that his brother stabbed him with a white weapon during their quarrel, to dispute the eating of “mango” inside their residence in the pyramid.

Immediately, the Public Prosecution decided to quickly arrest and bring the accused, and by preparing ambushes, he was arrested and confirmed the authenticity of the incident and that he had unintentionally attacked his brother.

The detectives of the Giza Security Directorate were able to arrest a worker accused of stabbing his brother with a white weapon during their quarrel, to dispute eating “mango” inside their residence in the pyramid, and a report was issued regarding the incident, and the competent prosecution took over the investigation.

The Giza Security Directorate received a report stating that a student was stabbed with a white weapon, and he was taken to the hospital for treatment in the pyramid.

The detectives listened to the victim’s statements, and claimed that unknown persons attacked him for resisting them while he was forcibly robbed while he was walking in the street.

By conducting investigations under the supervision of Lieutenant-Colonel Hani Al-Husseini, inspector of the Investigations of the West Giza Sector, it was found that the victim’s story was incorrect. He informed Major General Abdel Aziz Selim, Director of the General Administration of Giza Investigations.

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