A father refuses blood money and demands retribution from the murderer of his two sons

An Asian father refused to waive the right to try his two sons in exchange for the legal fees offered by the defendant through the defense lawyer. He insisted during the hearing in the Criminal Court of Sharjah that he had lost his son,


An Asian father refused to waive the right of trial of the killer of his two sons in exchange for the legal fees offered by the defendant through the defense lawyer. He insisted during the hearing of the court in the Sharjah Criminal Court on the request for retribution, pointing out that he had lost his two newly married children. Sadness and shock due to the tragedy of their death were killed.

The defendant, N, M, stabbed the brothers in a residential area in Al-Sajaa industrial zone in Sharjah after they provoked and ridiculed him, according to statements made in the police investigation and the prosecutor's office.

While the victims were transferred to Kuwait Hospital in critical condition, while the accused surrendered himself to the industrial police station, and justified his crime that it occurred unconsciously of him and against the backdrop of a quarrel with the victims after the prostration.

The court heard the testimony of colleagues of the accused and the victims, confirming that a quarrel took place before the murder as a result of ridicule of the two brothers of the accused. On the day of the incident there was a quarrel between the accused and the two brothers after laughing at him, provoking his irritation and making him lose his temper and went directly to the kitchen to bring a large knife He took the knife from his hand, but he returned and took it. The two brothers were surprised by window stabs in different places. One of them died at the scene of the crime directly, while the other was taken to the hospital, but he died after hours. Few affected by j OASIS. In turn, the court postponed the case to April 14 to document the request for retribution and provide counsel for a defense note.

ref: emara