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Red-handed
Published in The Egyptian Gazette on 12 - 06 - 2010

Unpleasant revenge: Abeggar performed an unpleasant assault on another beggar in Midan Moustafa Mahmoud in Gameat el-Dawal el-Arabia Street, an upmarket district of Mohandiseen in Giza.
He then killed him by hitting him on the head with a sharp metal object and stole his day's takings from begging, LE40.
The name of the killer was given as Hossam Hamdi (22), who'd been in trouble with the police on 39 previous occasions, and that of his victim as Islam Abdel-Razeq (18), who lived in Imbaba and had a criminal record too. Apart from the theft, this was a vendetta crime, as, seven years ago, Islam (then aged only 11) performed an unpleasant assault on another boy, a maternal cousin of Hossam.
The plot thickens: Police in el-Moski district near Ataba are investigating the death of a man who worked as the agent for a number of mobile phone companies.
Abdel-Gaber Omara was found dead in a small room on the roof of a block of flats owned by his wife's father.
There were stab wounds to his body and it was thought at first that Abdel Gaber had committed suicide, because, as his wife told detectives, he had a lot of financial problems.
However, his brother, Ashraf, told police that he thinks Abdel-Gaber was killed by persons unknown.
He believes that the motive for this was theft, as, 12 hours before his death, his brother was in possession of LE4.5 million, according to his colleagues who buy and sell mobile phone cards, while he also withdrew LE400,000 from the bank just hours before he died.
The Moski Prosecutor has ordered forensic tests on Abdel-Gaber's body, while officers are now checking the room where he was found for fingerprints. They are also anxious to trace nearly LE5 million.
A terrible strain: A young mentally disturbed woman, who'd tried to commit suicide several times, died when she fell from the 15th floor of a building in Alexandria.
The 22-year-old victim plunged from the balcony of her home in el-Montazah. Foul play is not suspected in her tragic death.
Her family said that she'd tried on previous occasions to jump off the balcony, but they'd always prevented her. This time, she managed to give them the slip. It must have been a terrible strain on her family to be constantly monitoring her every movement.
Headman dead man: Beni Sueif Criminal Court has sentenced three men todeath, having found them guilty of the premeditated murder of the omda (headman) of the village of el-Saloub near el-Fashn. It was in April last year that they lay in wait for Mohamed Latif as he was driving home from work.
They riddled him and his car with bullets as he crossed the railway line near el-Saloub. It was a vendetta killing, because the brother of one of the condemned had been killed by one of Mohamed's relatives in the course of a violent argument.
The condemned, who were all related, were named as Mohamed Mahmoud Mohamed Abu Shusha (a 26-year-old car spares dealer); Kamal Mohamed Ibrahim Abu Shusha (a 41-year-old worker); and Mahmoud Mohamed Abu Shusha (a 53- year-old lawyer). It was Mohamed's brother who'd been killed by the omda's family.


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