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  • Egypt - Man Kills 1 and Wounds 2 Others in Fight Over Suspected Bird Flu Infected Chicken

    An example of collateral damage cause by an infectious disease issue -



    Psychiatry confirmed the safety of a deadly mental powers
    إحالة أوراق ميكانيكي للمفتي..

    Assignment sheets mechanic Mufti ..
    قتل جاره وزوجته بسبب "دجاجة"

    Killed his neighbor and his wife because of the "chicken"



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    According to investigations, that the incident occurred because of "chicken" jumped on the defendant's home and went to the victim to bring an argument broke out between them, asking him to demolish the accused "cottage" for fear of the spread of avian flu and injury and it developed into a quarrel over the killing of Officer Mohamed Mohamed Abdel Aziz, "58," Officer Palmqolun Arabs and wounding his wife, Samah Mahmoud Othman, "58 years" was shot in the neck and died in hospital, her sister's son Mohamed Othman "27 years" and shrapnel injured his left foot, the accused were seized and transmitted to the Court ruled earlier decision.
    تلقت المحكمة قبل إصدارها حكمها السابق تقريراً طبياً صادراً عن الإدارة العامة للمجالس النفسية بالطب الشرعي يفيد أن المتهم لا يعاني من أي مرض عقلي وأن حالته النفسية مستقرة.

    Received by the Court issued its ruling last medical report issued by the General Administration of forensic psychiatric boards stating that the accused was not suffering from any mental illness and mental condition is

    http://www.algomhuria.net.eg/almessa...s/detail02.asp

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    Re: Egypt - Man Kills 1 and Wounds 2 Others in Fight Over Suspected Bird Flu Infected Chicken

    If there was an H5N1 infected chicken involved, the shooter might have been on Tamiflu prophylaxis. We had a suicide (or two?) in Alexandria in summer 2009 that some FT members suspected might be related to side effects of Tamiflu.

    That said, this looks like no human cases of H5N1, with one death.

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