The Giza Criminal Court on Saturday opened hearings in the Karim al-Hawary case, who is accused of manslaughter of Sheikh Zayed.
The culprit, the son of a businessman, was charged with killing four people in a car crash and confessed to the crime to investigating authorities last month.
Saturday’s court hearing is procedural, in which a representative of the prosecution read the removal order, and the defense presented its claims.
During the investigation, the accused denied possessing or consuming narcotics, “cocaine”, claiming to have run over the victims by mistake: “Yes, I really hit them, but without intention, and I did not. not used drugs or alcohol, and the incident left me unconscious.
The accused explained: “What happened was that on Thursday, December 9, I was with my friends and I ended up leaving with my friends and again on the road, and I walked through the Sheikh Zayed toll gates near the Al-Ahly club in Al-Nozha Street, and after about 800 meters, I was surprised by a car in front of me right away. I hit them and passed out, and that’s all that happened.
Investigations revealed that “the accused was driving recklessly and under the influence of narcotics and other intoxicants“.
The order to transfer the defendants to the criminal court stated that on the 10th of this month in the Sheikh Zayed Police Department in Giza Governorate, the defendant obtained with intent to abuse the substance of cocaine and mistakenly caused the deaths of four victims.
The referral order stated that the accused had disregarded the distance between him and the victims’ car, so he struck it from behind, overturning it, causing the victims the injuries indicated in the medical reports here. -seals that cost their lives.