I was afraid of criminal responsibility: Giza Children murder suspect

A photo shared on social media for the three bodies of children as found on Marioteya Road, Giza

 

Soha, 38, accused of throwing the bodies of her three children on Marioteya Road, confessed on Sunday that she was involved in the incident with the help of her friend “out of their fear of criminal responsibility”.

Soha said that she left her family home 15 years ago and had many flings resulted in three children before she married an elderly man who raised the children and add his name on their birth certificates as the father.

Afterwards, she left her husband and went to work at nightclubs where she met the other defendant. Soha moved to her friend’s house with her children. On the day of the incident, a fire broke out at the house and the children were killed. Soha and her friend cooperated and throw them on the street.

Giza General Directorate of Investigation announced Saturday the arrest of three persons, two women and one man, involved in the death of three children found in street past Tuesday.

Earlier Saturday, police unveiled the mystery of the three killed children found on Marioteya Road, Giza, saying that it was an attempt by mother of the children to get rid of their bodies after being burnt and have suffocated to death in fires caught their apartment.

“By focusing the search, we found out that the children were burnt and suffocated to death after fires broke out in their apartment while the mother was absent,” a security source told Egypt Today, adding that the mother thrown away the children’s bodies with her lady friend; not to be legally prosecuted.

The third suspect is the driver of the rickshaw seen throwing the dead bodies in the morning of July 10, who turned himself in and identified the women, denying being aware of their crime. “I only gave them a lift,” he told investigators.

On July 10, three dead children of age less than five years old were found inside black trash bags thrown in the streets on Marioteya Road, Giza, where some people have recognized some stray dogs gathering around trash bags that morning.

The bodies were badly decomposed which indicates that the children died a few days ago, according to security investigations. The forensic report proved that the children were burnt and suffocated to death, suggesting that they were trapped in a place where a fire broke out.

A committee of many high-ranking security officers was formed to investigate the mysterious death of the three children, hear eyewitnesses, and check the surveillance cameras positioned near the scene.

The incident sparked groundless rumors that the three children were victims of organ trafficking gangs. The youngest of the three children was only one and a half years old, according to the preliminary forensic report.

Refuting Organ trafficking possibility, a security source said that the body of one of the three children was found to be without any holes, adding that perhaps the holes found in the other two victims’ bodies were caused by the stray dogs or any other factors.

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