Susan Tamim Case Adjourned
Cairo Misdemeanor Court adjourned on Saturday, October 18, the case of murdering the Lebanese singer Susan Tamim, indicting Muhsen Al Sukkary and Hisham Tal’at Mustafa, till next November 15, as was demanded by the victim’s defense to access to documents and photos, and to photocopy the case’s papers.
The two defendants at the beginning of the trial denied having committed the crime. The businessman Hisham Tal’at was referred to trial on September as a second defendant with the former officer Al Sukkary.
The Egyptian General Attorney Abdul-Majeed Mahmud declared that Al Sukkary travelled to Dubai to kill Tamim instigated by Mustafa and that he had chased her in London before trying to kill her, as stated before. This previous statement pointed out that the investigations carried in Egypt uncovered that Mustafa paid Sukkary two million dollars to murder her.
Mustafa served as Deputy Economic Commission at the Senate besides his membership at the policy committee headed by Gamal Mubarak.