Kerdasa prosecution in Giza, headed by Judge Tamer Hadidi, has started investigations into the death incident of Brigadier General Mohammad Jabr, sherrif of Kerdasa Police station, and his deputy, Colonel Amer Abdel-Maksoud, and Mohamed Farouk the assistant detective, and First Lieutenant Hani Sheta, station officer, and 3 recruits, by supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood in the vicinity of the police station, on Wednesday evening.
Preliminary observation has revealed that the death occurred due to gunshot wounds, and that the officers were dragged and their bodies mutilated. Ayman Abdel-Rahman, director of the prosecution, has ordered forensic autopsies of the victims to determine the causes of death, and a video recording preview for the headquarters of the station, and the assignment of criminal lab for preview.
A security source said that the supporters of the deposed President Mohamed Morsi, stormed the police station’s building, in protest for the dispersal of the sit-ins in Rabaa and Nahda areas, and exchanged fire with security forces using automatic weapons and shotguns, and were able to burn the station.
The source added that the security services in Giza mobilized to re-impose control on the scene, referring to the transfer of the bodies to the Police Hospital in Agouza and Boulaq, and stressed that the prosecutors find it difficult to preview the police station due to the deteriorating security situation, and they moved to the hospitals to see the bodies.