Dubai: Expat slits manager’s throat for refusing leave to go home

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A man has been accused of premeditated murder by cutting the throat of his manager after the latter had refused to let the defendant return to his country.

The Dubai Court of First Instance heard that the 21-year-old defendant from Kyrgyzstan, who worked at a garage in Al Quoz Industrial area, had a heated argument with his manager before slitting his throat with a sharp knife and then smashing his head with a hammer.

In June this year, Dubai Police were alerted about the murder and the defendant was arrested the day after the incident near his country’s consulate.

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According to a policeman, the victim was found by his employees in a pool of blood and the defendant was the last person seen with him.

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