شرطة مونتغمري كاونتي تعيد فتح ملف التحقيق في قتل المواطن الاردني علي عرسان لزوج ابنته العراقي امجد حسين


June 03 2014 10:11

عرب تايمز - خاص

قالت جريدة هيوستون كرونيكل في عددها الصادر اليوم (  الثلاثاء الموافق الثالث من حزيران يونيو ) ان شرطة مونتغمري كاونتي قررت اعادة فتح  ملف التحقيق في قتل علي عرسان لزوج ابنته نسيمة ( امجد حسين ) في عام 1999 لتوفر معلومات جديدة حول عملية القتل وملابساتها ( الصورة لامجد حسين  وقد زود عرب تايمز بها زميله في السكن عندما كان امجد يعيش في المانيا ) .. واضافت الجريدة ان عرسان لم يلاحق في حينها لان الشرطة اعتبرت قتله لامجد من قبيل الدفاع عن النفس .. واضافت هيوستون كرونيكل ان زوجة امجد نسيمة علي عرسان هربت الى الاردن بعد مقتله وانها عادت الى الولايات المتحدة بعد ذلك وانها كانت تخشى والدها

وكانت عدة اجهزة امنية محلية وفدرالية من بينها المباحث الفدرالية الاف بي اي قد قامت بعملية مشتركة لالقاء القبض على علي عرسان وتوجيه تهمة القتل له عدا عن تهمة سرقة الاموال العامة بعد ان تبين ان عرسان كان يحصل على مساعدات الضمان الاجتماعي و ( فود ستامب ) رغم امتلاكه عدة عقارات وسيارات وحسابات بنكية كبيرة في امريكا والاردن وكان الحساب في امريكا مسجلا باسم ابنته ناديا التي اعتقلت هي الاخرى مع زوجته السيدة شمة الروابدة

وكانت السيدة  نسيمة قد اتصلت هاتفيا يوم امس بعرب تايمز ونفت المعلومات المنشورة واعتبرتها من قبيل التشهير وهددت بملاحقة عرب تايمز قضائيا رغم ان اسمها ورد في جميع الاخبار التي نشرت في الصحف الامريكية ومواقع المحطات التلفزيونية التي غطت الخبر كما هو مبين هنا

 

http://www.myfoxtampabay.com/story/25602269/texas-man-charged-in-killing-of-iranian-student
http://abc13.com/news/judge-to-determine-bond-against-man-charged-in-fraud-iranian-activists-murder/80259/
http://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/texas-man-indicted-2012-murder-iranian-activist-article-1.1803584
http://www.click2houston.com/news/local-2-investigates-uncovers-new-clues-in-unsolved-mysteries/19898912
http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread943037/pg8#pid16313782
http://www.krgv.com/news/man-accused-in-iranian-s-death-depicted-as-violent-725309/
http://www.krgv.com/news/hearing-may-offer-details-in-iranian-woman-s

death-724957/

وكان امجد حسين ( وهو شاب عراقي من المثنى ) قد تزوج نسيمة ابنة علي عرسان وتم قتله في عام 1999 ببندقية صيد ( شات جن ) وزعم علي عرسان انه قتل امجد دفاعا عن النفس .. ويلاحق عرسان الان بتهمتي قتل  زوج اخر لابنة اخرى هي نسرين عرسان وصديقة ابنته نسرين الدكتورة الايرانية بهزاد وهي جريمة هزت المجتمع الامريكي وتم اتهام ايران بارتكابها قبل ان تتوصل المباحث الفدرالية الى معلومات قادت الى علي عرسان

خبر اليوم في هيوستون كرونيكل  والخاص باعادة التحقيق في مقتل امجد حسين منشور على الرابط التالي

http://www.chron.com/default/article/Probe-of-Iranian-student-s-slaying-reopens-5523820.php

ونص الخبر لمن لا يتمكن من الدخول الى الرابط هو كما يلي

 

Probe of Iranian student's slaying reopens earlier fatal shooting case
By Lomi Kriel | June 2, 2014 | Updated: June 2, 2014 9:30pm
 
     

The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office has reopened an investigation into a 1999 shooting death involving a man suspected of two other killings, including the high-profile slaying of an Iranian molecular genetics student.

Ali Mahmood-Awad Irsan, 56, is charged with killing Gelareh Bagherzadeh, who was gunned down at close range as she turned into her parents' Galleria townhouse complex in January 2012. The shooting captured national attention because Bagherzadeh was an outspoken critic of the Iranian regime, fueling widespread rumors that Tehran might be involved.

Eleven months later, Irsan's son-in-law, Coty Beavers, was shot to death in the apartment he shared with Irsan's daughter. She'd filed a protective order against her father, and relatives have said she was afraid of him. Federal prosecutors have named Irsan in court as a suspect for Beavers' killing, but he has not been charged.

Relatives have said the conservative Muslim who home-schooled his children was furious that his daughter, Nesreen, defied his orders and married Beavers in 2011. They said he blamed Beavers and Bagherzadeh, an outspoken Christian convert and close friend of his daughter whom Irsan saw as too "Westernized."

Irsan had killed another son-in-law, another person relatives said Irsan detested.

In September 1999, Irsan killed Amjad Alidam with a 12-gauge shotgun in his eastern Montgomery County home. Irsan claimed his 29-year-old son-in-law was abusing his daughter and had threatened him and his family, according to newspaper archives at the time.

After the killing, relatives said that daughter, Nasemah, fled to Jordan. They said she later returned to the United States and still fears her father.

At the time, the Montgomery County District Attorney's office did not charge Irsan because the shooting appeared to be in self-defense, according to Houston Chronicle archives. A grand jury reviewed the case, but did not indict Irsan and "the investigation was suspended pending the receipt of additional information," according to a letter from the district attorney's office.

What other information was required or whether it was ever received is not clear. A district attorney's spokesman declined to comment. A sheriff's office spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

But in a letter sent to the state Attorney General's office on Monday, requesting permission to withhold information about the 1999 killing, the district attorney's office said the sheriff's office has now reopened the investigation.

The letter said "additional information" was discovered during the investigation into Bagherzadeh's murder two years ago, causing the sheriff's office to reopen the investigation into Alidam's death, which is "active and on-going."

For the families of Bagherzadeh and Beavers, the reopened investigation is little solace.

"Had they done this in the first place, Coty and Gelareh would probably still be alive," said Cory Beavers, the 30-year-old identical twin of Coty Beavers and boyfriend of Bagherzadeh. "It's something that has frustrated us for a long time."

Irsan, his 37-year-old wife, Shmou Ali Alrawabdeh, and his 30-year-old daughter, Nadia Irsan, also are accused of defrauding the government for nearly 20 years in a separate federal case.

 

Federal prosecutors contend they stole money, including Social Security and food stamps, while hiding cash in various bank accounts in Texas, in Irsan's native Jordan and in his Conroe attic. A judge on Friday ruled Irsan remain in custody without bond.













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