KUWAIT CITY, Oct 12: The Court of Appeals upheld the death sentence issued against a Kuwaiti citizen who killed his wife and dumped her body in Salmi among dead animals. According to the case file, a Kuwaiti woman reported her daughter missing at the Firdaus Police Station, explaining that her daughter has been absent from the house for several days and her husband had turned off his mobile phone and did not respond to any call.
As soon as the report was filed, the detectives began searching for the missing woman. The detectives tracked the husband, who they discovered was wanted by the law for financial cases and has been hiding since the disappearance of his wife. He was arrested and taken to the investigation office, where he admitted that he had lured his wife when he saw her in Ardiya Cooperative Society and asked her to accompany him to solve the family disputes between them.
He took her to a desert area in Salmi area, and hit her several times on her head with a rod until she died. The husband then placed the lifeless body of his wife in a sleeping bag, threw it among dead animals, and attempted to cover it with wood. After documenting the husband’s confession, the detectives went to the location of the body, accompanied by forensic staff and the attorney general’s representative.
By Jaber Al-Hamoud Al-Seyassah Staff