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- 14 May - 20 May, 2022
The Dubai Criminal Court has sentenced a worker to life imprisonment for killing a garage owner over a leave dispute. The case dates back to June 2020, when workers of a vehicle repair garage found their manager dead in his office – with stab wounds to the neck and abdomen, and severe head injuries. The officers retrieved a blood-stained medium-sized knife, scissors and an iron hammer at the murder site. The cops added that he suspected one of the workers, who was not present when the body was discovered. The accused man of Asian origin (from Eastern Europe) was arrested near his country's consulate in Dubai. During interrogation, the accused confessed to the crime, saying that he visited his country’s consulate to make arrangements to leave the country. He told the police that on the day of the incident he had an argument with his boss (victim) over annual leave as the worker wanted to return to his homeland, and had asked the victim to book a return ticket. A verbal altercation erupted between worker and boss over the travel date, after which the victim asked the accused to leave work at once. The accused told that police that he felt humiliated, adding that he went downstairs to the workshop, closed its door from the inside before returning to his boss' office with a knife and attacked him. He stabbed him and smashed his head with a hammer.