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A Kuwaiti criminal court has sentenced a Sri Lankan man and his female compatriot to death in absentia for the premeditated murder of a Kuwaiti man in 2006.
The male suspect has been identified as Hajj Mohyeddein, and his female compatriot, identified as Sisha Siba. The court then referred the case to the concerned civil court.

Case files indicate on Dec 6, 2006, the two suspects, who worked as driver and housemaid for the victim, agreed to kill their sponsor and steal his money.

They waited until the victim went to sleep, then they entered his bedroom, strangled him with a rope which they prepared earlier, and did not leave him until they were certain he was dead.

After killing their sponsor, the suspects took his money and other valuable possessions. They immediately fled from the scene and are said to have left Kuwait. (Arab Times)

  Comments - 5

  • Wednesday, 31 March 2010 11:54 AM

    SUpport Maharajano and there you go free from any legal proceedings in Sri Lanka. With the present law of the regime, a person can do any crime and get away by supporting the Goons to win the elections. This is how Banana Republic Supreme Law works.

    Wednesday, 31 March 2010 12:08 PM

    good if Kuwait can take over Sri lanka kuwait will hang.

    Wednesday, 31 March 2010 10:12 AM

    Kuwait, Please, ask for the help of Sri lanka authorities to hand over the culprits to execute verdict.This kind of people should not be harboured in in SL which should prove to world that it does not harbour culprits who desreve punishment.

    Wednesday, 31 March 2010 10:45 AM

    Poor Kuwaiti Govt. will have to wait for years and years to catch the offenders, to implement the court order.

    Wednesday, 31 March 2010 11:03 AM

    TYPICAL SRI LANKAN STYLE.THEY ARE DESERVED TO DIE.


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