The Ismaili butcher: "I was going to kill two others, but I couldn't find them, so I killed him. I came with me like that."

Mohamed Adel, the lawyer for the victim in the "Ismailia crime" in Egypt, revealed the "shocking" confessions of the accused in killing the victim and beheading him, in a heinous crime that shook the country.

In statements to the Egyptian newspaper, Al-Watan, Adel indicated that "the killer told the investigation authorities that he did not intend to kill the victim, but on that day he was going to kill two others who were working with him in a fish shop in the area."

The lawyer pointed out that "the accused admitted that he went to the fish shop in order to kill them, but he did not find them, and during his return he found the victim in his face, so he started talking to him and then killed him, saying: I came with me like that."

 The Egyptian Public Prosecution issued a statement on the incident. Counselor Hamada El-Sawy, the Public Prosecutor, ordered the referral of the accused of deliberately killing another person in Ismailia, and of attempting to kill two others, to the competent criminal court in an urgent criminal trial.

To punish him for what was attributed to him from the foregoing, as well as his use of narcotics, and his possession of knives - without legal justification - in a gathering place with the intention of disturbing public order.

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