A 35-year-old worker accused of killing his father in Kafr El-Sheikh, Egypt, admitted today, “Saturday” before the Public Prosecution, during the investigations that he did not intend to kill his father, and did not think for a moment about killing him, but he was surprised by his father entering into an argument with him after he thought that he was deliberately damaging the shower wire. The accident happened unintentionally.
He said: “I was holding a knife, using it to repair the shower wire, at the moment of a verbal altercation between me and my father, and the knife was unintentionally extended to me, and my father was injured by cutting the arteries of the foot, which resulted in his death.”
He added, “I did not think for a moment about killing him, but in the last incident, I was surprised by my father getting into an argument with me after he thought he was intentionally damaging the shower wire, so the accident happened unintentionally.” According to the “Masrawy” website.
The Kafr El-Sheikh Security Director had received a signal from the police station of Sidi Salem Central Hospital, that “Burhami A.”, 60 years old, arrived at the hospital with a cut in the arteries of the foot.
The detectives moved to the hospital, and by questioning the victim’s family, they reported that his son, “Mohammed,” 35, a worker and residing in the same village, was wounded with a white weapon and a knife following an argument that took place between them in their house in the village.
The victim was transferred to Kafr El-Sheikh General Hospital, due to his poor condition, while the Sidi Salem police station received a signal that he had died of his injuries.
Investigations by the head of the investigations of the Sidi Salem police station revealed that family disputes had occurred between the victim and his accused son, which made the father decide to isolate his son from living with him.