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Advanced examinations ordered to unveil killers of Italian student

Wednesday 27 June 2018 08:56 PM

Jiolio Regeni
Jiolio Regeni

By Nagwa Abd El-Aziz
 The surveillance camera footage retrieved to help disclose the identity of the culprits that were involved in the killing and torture of Italian research student Giulio Gegeni inside  Egypt's metro subway yielded no shots or video clips related to the student, according to a joint communique released today by Egyptian and Rome prosecutors.
Several gaps were surfaced in the  footage, obstructing the retrieval and prompting the need to carry out advanced technical examinations. In response the two prosecutions decided to order such examinations to be conducted.
Rome Prosecutor telephoned  the Egyptian peer Judge Nabil Ahmed Sadek to express utmost gratitude and appreciation for the one-year efforts exerted by the Egyptian  Public Prosecution to make the retrieval possible in the past two weeks in Cairo by a foreign company.  
In return, Egyptian Prosecutor Judge Nabil Ahmed Sadek thanked the Rome peer and vowed to continue the ongoing judicial collaboration in investigations tackling the incident until culprits are apprehended and referred to urgent criminal trial.