The Egyptian security services settled the controversy over a widespread video attributed to Mwatana, in which she said that her husband died while editing a police report in a police station in Beni Suef.
The Egyptian Ministry of Interior explained that by examining it, it was found that the aforementioned video clip has been since 2018, and the aforementioned program has re-broadcast it again with the aim of stirring up public opinion.
And it turns out that the truth of the incident is that “during the year 2018, the aforementioned citizen hesitated the husband of the woman who appeared in the video clip to the Beni Suef Police Station, because he was harmed by another (owner of a foodstuff shop), because they disagreed about financial transactions between them, and his presence inside the department felt He was in a state of severe fatigue, and he was subsequently transferred to Beni Suef General Hospital, but he died after his arrival to the hospital, and a report on the incident was drawn up.
By referring to the prosecution, the prosecution decided to delegate the forensic medicine to explain the cause of death, and by signing the medical examination, it was found that the death was the result of an enlarged heart muscle, high blood pressure and severe brain congestion, and there is no criminal suspicion.
By asking the brother of the deceased, he supported that, and did not suspect his death criminally, in a way that refutes the malicious allegations that came in the aforementioned program.