Amr Zayed Suicide Video Watch Egyptian Father-Of-Two Facebook Live Stream Clip Leaked Online! A man from Egypt went live streaming and posted his suicide on Facebook and other social media accounts. Live streaming was used to kill the 31-year-old. Amr Zayed was later identified as the man. Two tablets of Aluminium phosphide, also known in Egypt as grain tablets, were reportedly taken by the man. These insecticides are used in Egypt to protect crops and crops from pests and insects. Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding this suicide and trying to determine the motives behind it. His cousins ran to him, took him to the hospital and tried to save him.
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The hospital staff monitored his heartbeat and pulse as they approached the building. The tablets had much more power than the ones he was using and immediately killed him. According to reports, Zayed attempted to end his own life due to his feelings of injustice and denial over his argument with his maternal uncle and family disputes regarding the inheritance. Al Youm, his wife, first reported this to Al Masry in Egypt’s daily Al Masry. His wife said that her husband was experiencing mental instability due to all the ongoing family problems. He was being fought by his uncles over who would inherit the property.
Due to the constant pressure from his family member, he was experiencing mental breakdowns many times. They have made many false accusations against him and assaulted him to their maximum extent. They are responsible for his mental collapse, she claimed. Basmala and Mohammed, his children, were affected mentally by family issues. They are not the ones who deserve this type of environment. She demanded justice for her husband, and a strict punishment for those responsible for this. She also stated that Zayed’s uncle had taken her mother’s inheritance.
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After Zayed’s death, a letter was found in his room. It contained his explanations of all the circumstances he faced and the injustice that he felt about his rights. He also stated that no one had stopped his life. He was able to do it all by himself. His wife claimed that he had included every name in his letter, making him feel unhappy and calling them unfair. He also asked them to leave his house and family. The culprits would be sentenced after further interrogations.