Jealous man who investigated Islamic punishments for adultery online before he bullied his cheating wife to death in an insane frenzy for 20 years
A man from Sydney who investigated adultery sentences before he wrongly punished his wife was imprisoned for at least 20 years and three months.
Shahab Ahmed, 35, was found guilty in May by a judge in the NSW Supreme Court in May of the murder of domestic violence by Khondkar Fariha Elahi in their Parramatta unit.
Justice Monika Schmidt Thursday imprisoned Ahmed, originally from Bangladesh, for 27 years with a non-pooling period of 20 years and three months.
& # 39; That he broke the tip of that big knife between her teeth when he stabbed her in the face should not be overlooked & # 39 ;, said the judge, pointing out that Elahi was a & # 39; terrifying and painful death & # 39; should have undergone.
Ahmed's judgment was old-fashioned until his arrest, which means that he is eligible for parole from May 2037.
Shahab Ahmed pleaded not guilty of murdering his five-and-a-half-year-old wife, Khondkar Faihi Elahi, in their Parramatta unit in February 2017 (pictured together)
Ahmed & # 39; s lawyer said the couple was online and it was & # 39; not a marriage by appointment, it was a marriage of love & # 39;
During Ahmed & # 39; s hearing in the Supreme Court of the NSW on Tuesday, Omar Khan (photo) admitted that he had an affair with Ms. Elahi from July 2015
On February 18, Ahmed District Court heard that he wanted to see his wife's cell phone, drag her through the house before she came across recent messages and went to a knife in the kitchen.
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