The Egyptian Public Prosecution announced, on Tuesday, that there is no criminal suspicion against him The death of the Jordanian actor Ashraf Telfahand decided to save the investigations.
And further to the previous Public Prosecution statement regarding the incident, issued on November 14, its investigations concluded that there was no crime in the death of the Jordanian actor Talfah, after taking all necessary investigation measures to reveal the truth of the incident.
The Public Prosecution’s inspection of the representative’s residence did not result in any traces of violence indicating the existence of a criminal suspicion in the incident. The Public Prosecution also asked a number of witnesses: the landlord of the deceased’s residence, his brother, and his close friend, whose testimony the Public Prosecution did not find evidence of the existence of No criminal suspicion of death.
The Public Prosecution had found injuries to the body of the deceased during his debate, and assigned the forensic doctor to conduct an autopsy on the body to explain the cause and manner of his death, and to indicate how his injuries occurred, in addition to taking biological samples from him to indicate the extent of a criminal suspicion in the incident.
The Forensic Medicine Authority deposited the anatomical report, which concluded that there was no criminal suspicion in his death, and that it was attributed to the chronic and advanced disease of his lungs, which was compounded by acute bronchitis, and high blood pressure that led to internal bleeding that ended in death.
The report also proved that the injuries to the body of the deceased as a whole do not indicate the existence of a criminal suspicion in it, and it is likely that they occurred during his fall to the ground, his transfer, and attempts at cardiopulmonary resuscitation. The forensic doctor confirmed what the report concluded with his statements in the investigations.
Finally, the officer conducting the investigation into the incident testified that there was no criminal suspicion in the death of the Jordanian actor, and accordingly the Public Prosecution ordered the papers to be preserved.