In an attempt to obscure the facts, investigations by the Public Prosecution Office in Egypt revealed that the lawyer of the accused of killing 4 people who ran over them had impersonated prosecutors to seize the videos of the incident to obliterate evidence.
To this, the Public Prosecution stated in a statement yesterday, Tuesday, that “one of the witnesses to the accident of Sheikh Zayed’s collision – in which the accused, Karim Al-Hawari, was referred to the criminal trial – submitted a complaint while the Public Prosecution was investigating the incident, including his presentation of a video clip of the accident to the Public Prosecution that was recorded by the installed monitoring machines.” When the inspection was conducted, he was surprised on the morning of the thirteenth of December in the presence of four people who claimed to be members of the Public Prosecution to inspect the monitoring machines in his residence.
Doubt their identity!
For his part, the complainant submitted to the Public Prosecution two video clips showing the four aforementioned persons when they came to his residence, and he recognized two of them who were present in the Public Prosecution office at the time of the investigation, so the Public Prosecution ordered their arrest.
By interrogating the two arrested suspects, the Public Prosecution refused to answer the accusations attributed to them, and it turned out that they were lawyers, one of whom was entrusted to defend the accused, Karim Al-Hawari, in the incident, and they claimed that they were feeling unwell. Membership of the Public Prosecution Office.
allegation of illness
By re-interrogating the two accused by the Public Prosecution office – after it was proven by medical reports that they do not suffer from any diseases, that the vital signs of each of them are sound and the general condition is stable and does not require hospitalization – they acknowledged their presence at the scene of the incident as decided by the complainant, and the correctness of their appearance in the above-mentioned video clips, and specified The names of the other two accused, while they denied what was attributed to them of their interference in a public position by impersonating members of the Public Prosecution, and accordingly the Public Prosecution ordered their detention for four days pending investigations and the arrest of the other two accused for questioning, and investigations are ongoing.
The Egyptian Public Prosecution had decided to imprison Karim El-Hawary, son of the famous Egyptian businessman Mohamed El-Hawary, on charges of drug possession, and caused the death of 4 people by mistake.
Counselor Hamada El-Sawy, the Egyptian Public Prosecutor, ordered Karim El-Hawary to be imprisoned for four days pending investigations, accusing him of possessing drugs with intent to use, and mistakenly causing the death of 4 people as a result of his negligence, carelessness and lack of caution.