A Doha Criminal Court has sentenced two Asian men to death for the premeditated murder of their employer, and a third man to six months in jail for being aware of the crime and not reporting it.
Local Arabic daily Arrayah reported on Tuesday that the two main convicts used to work for the victim and had conspired to steal his money and flee after killing him.
One week before the crime, the two convicts finalised the plan, including to steal their IDs and passports kept by the victim. On the night of the crime, the victim called one of them to help him repair the trailer of his boat. So, one of them went to him and called the other convict claiming he needed him for help.
Both the convicts overpowered the victims, stabbed him with a knife and hit his head with a heavy brick until he died. Then, they buried him under a tree near the wall of his house. Eventually, they ran away with his money and their papers. The court convicted them based on the investigations and the evidence included in the case.
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