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Today, Saturday, the Shubra Al-Khaima Criminal Court, Second Circuit, ruled the death penalty by hanging for a worker, for accusing him of killing a housewife in Shubra Al-Khaima, after receiving the response of the Grand Mufti of the Republic and expressing the legal opinion on what the accused had done.
The ruling was issued under the chairmanship of Chancellor Ayman Afifi Salem, President of the Court, and the membership of the counselors Abdel Aziz Ali Mahmoud, Sherine Salah Hamdi, Mahmoud Abu Al-Yazid Gaballah, the deputy prosecutor Islam Adly, and the secretariat of Hani Khattab.
The court had referred the case in a previous session to the Grand Mufti of the Republic to express a legal opinion on what the accused had done, and after the Mufti’s response, there was a change in the court’s panel examining the case, so the head of the circuit, Counselor Ayman Afifi, decided to return the case to the defense of the accused in the case in today’s session, and the plea was heard. Today, the verdict was issued again against the accused.--
The referral order in Case No. 26785 of 2022, felonies of the first section of Shubra, which is registered with No. 2934 of 2022 in the south of Benha district, stated that the accused, “Ahmed A.M.S”, 28 years old, a worker, and a resident of Ezbet Othman, first section of Shubra Al-Khaima, killed the victim. On it, “Mona Mahmoud Ahmed Dergham”, deliberately and premeditated.
And the referral order continued, that the accused went to her residence and assaulted her using a “gas cylinder” tool, which is used to assault people, by inflicting several blows on her that settled throughout her body, intending to kill her, and he caused her the injuries described in the anatomical report attached to the papers, which ultimately claimed her life. As indicated by the investigations.
He also obtained “a bottle and a gas cylinder” of tools that are used to assault people without a legal justification or justification of professional or professional necessity.