The murderer had left prison to take revenge on the girl Farah Hamza, who had refused to marry him and filed a case against him, which was the reason for his arrest and was released on bail from the Public Prosecution, which led him to kidnap her in broad daylight and stab her until she died.
The perpetrator kidnapped the girl after he hit her car, which appeared to be her mother and her sister, her mother shouted and photographed the car number.
The victim's mother published a video in which she said: “What happened was a threat and an attempted murder, in addition to the crime of kidnapping in broad daylight in the street,” bearing full responsibility for the prosecutor who was released.
In the same video, the same woman appears screaming in a Kuwaiti hospital after her daughter was stabbed several times by the kidnapper, indicating that she had warned the competent authorities that the perpetrator would do this work.
The victim's sister, Farah, also appeared, to narrate new details that preceded the kidnapping and murder, and confirms the responsibility of the prosecutor in this incident.