And the Quran sayeth, “Strike them at their necks.” The victim’s head was found nearby, wrapped in jeans.
An Australian meatworker Mohammad Khan was jailed for life for beheading his friend on a fishing trip.
Mohammad was angry over a discussion of naked pictures of his wife during her affair.
By Gateway Pundit, February 13, 2020:
So Mohammad the meatworker beheaded his friend and wrapped his head in jeans.
Accused killer Mohammed Khan has been sentenced to life in prison for the brutal beheading of his former friend and coworker in 2016. https://t.co/PNrJc2LX5T @annamcgraw_7 #7NEWS pic.twitter.com/MHShC00V9d
— 7NEWS Central Queensland (@7NewsCQ) February 13, 2020
A central Queensland meatworker has been sentenced to life in jail for killing his friend by chopping his head off in a rage over his wife’s affair with the deceased’s brother.
Mohammed Khan was this morning found guilty in the Supreme Court trial in Rockhampton of the murder of 33-year-old Syeid Alam.
The trial heard Khan had arranged to go fishing with his friend and co-worker, Mr Alam, the night he disappeared in 2016.
Mr Alam’s headless body was found on the banks of Rockhampton’s Fitzroy River in April 2016, 11 days after he went missing.
A small axe was also found in the area a day later.
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