Hesham Tala'at Mustafa Arrested For Being Involved In Suzan Tamim Murder Case

Egypt’s Prosecutor-General informed on Tuesday, that there could be hand of Hesham Tala'at Mustafa, a businessman and lawmaker from Egypt's ruling party, in the murder case of 30 year old Lebanese singer, Suzan Tamim, who was found dead on July 28 at a Jumeirah Beach Residence apartment in Dubai.

Mustafa has been ordered by Abdul Majid Mahmoud to go under trail since the key suspect in the murder case said that Mustafa paid him $2 million to kill Tamim. Mustafa is the chairman of one of Egypt's biggest construction companies.

Earlier, the Egyptian authorities had arrested a former Egyptian police officer and two hotel security personnel, who confessed that they had killed Tamim on the instructions from an Egyptian businessman.

Egyptian authorities started investigations on the case upon requests from authorities in UAE. A statement issued also informed, “The Prosecutor-General has ordered that the defendants be banned from leaving the country.”

Mustafa, who is a leading official in the ruling National Democratic Party, is also the Member of Parliament. However, Mahmoud reported that he had been investigated after notifying parliament.

Mustafa is also chairman of Tala'at Moustafa Group. It is by far one of the largest companies of Egypt. At his place now, his brother Tareq took over the chairmanship on Tuesday.

The police confirmed that the singer, who was murdered, was killed very brutally, and it seemed that she was stabbed several times before her throat was cut. Her body was discovered after quite a few hours since her murder.