Interpol delivers Helmy Tolan's son to Egypt for investigation in the (Vermont) case
Egypt took over from Interpol, Ahmed Helmy Tolan, son of the famous football player and coach Hilmi Tulan, Amr Hussein Mahmoud Ismail and his brother Khaled Hussein Mahmoud Ismail.
Ismail and his brother Khaled Hussein Mahmoud Ismail.
The three accused were taken to Cairo for investigation and brought before the competent authority.
The case of "Vermont" gang rape has occupied public opinion recently in Egypt, where the competent security authorities have constantly pursued the fugitives, including 3 children of celebrities who have been convicted by initial investigations and information of their involvement in the crime.
New scenes appeared in the (Vermont) case, which became famous on social media and became a public opinion issue, which is the rape of a girl after she was drugged inside the hotel.
The new secrets revealed that the victim went up to the famous hotel "Suite" after an invitation from her friend "A.A.", one of the accused in the case, and found many young men and women inside the suit, before someone gave her a drink with a drug, to lose consciousness and when she woke up, she found herself Naked among 3 people.
She indicated that the accused (A.T.) was the one who gave her the drug and did not participate in the rape or filming her, and the charge was limited to three people and she was banished from others.
Among those denied the accusation is Muhammad Muhammad Farid Khamis, known as (Bebo), the son of a famous businessman.
The Public Prosecution office ordered the three defendants to be held in custody for a period of four days, and the release of three others if each of them paid 100,000 pounds a financial guarantee and another guarantee in his place of residence, pending investigation into some of the crimes related to the crime.
The defendants were presented to the central administration of the laboratories to clarify whether the defendants were using drugs and to sign a medical examination on two of them.
The prosecution reserved their cell phones to help complete the investigations, through the General Department of Technical Assistance at the Ministry of Interior.