A woman documents a crime in broad daylight in Egypt and the security is moving
The Giza Prosecution in Egypt ordered the imprisonment of three suspects accused of attempting to kill a tuk-tuk driver and set him on fire due to previous disputes in Boulaq El-Dakrour, after the woman documented the crime in a video.
The Public Prosecution requested investigations by the security services about the incident and to listen to the statements of witnesses in the incident to determine the causes and circumstances of the accident.
According to the Egyptian newspaper, Al-Watan, the Boulaq El-Dakrour Police Department in the Giza Security Directorate received a signal from the hospital stating that it had received a “tuk-tuk driver” with separate burns to the body, claiming that others had infringed and residing in the department’s department.
By moving, examining, and questioning the eligibility of the injured, they reported that three people, "Tuk Tuk drivers, a dangerous recorder" poured a substance that helps to fuel gasoline, set the victim on fire, and fled.
Confronting them, they confessed to committing the incident, as the tuk-tuk drivers used the third defendant and poured a working substance (gasoline) on the body of the victim and set his body on fire due to previous disputes between them.
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