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Sydney mechanic convicted of killing boss in workshop

They were there for about two and a half hours, and his ticket number was N817, until he returned to the workshop and learned of his boss’s murder.

He denied quarreling or quarreling with Dastan, stating that he was “a very good friend of mine and I respected him.”

His solicitor Ertunc Ozen, SC admitted that Dastan’s only full-time employee was late, sometimes lax on his work ethic and appeared to be skimming out of the business.

“He never intended to win employee of the year,” he said.

But that didn’t mean he killed his boss.

Forensic examination of DNA and fingerprints at the crime scene failed to link him to the murder, even though Killinther was a suspect from the start.

The freshly laundered clothes and shoes seized from his home on the day Dastan’s body was found also contained no traces of blood.

Prosecutor Brett Hatfield, however, alleged that Killinser tried to cover up his actions through false, disbelieving and inconsistent stories.

Killinther, who had a gambling problem, was stealing money from cash registers and was on the verge of being fired.

A bloody revenge note found at the crime scene contained phrasing similar to the one Killinser used when speaking to police about an angry customer.

The customer allegedly blackmailed Dastan after buying a Toyota engine from him.

The prosecutor said, “The memo appears to have been left as perjury.

The guest had left Sydney at the time of the murder.

Prosecutors also suggested that Garther Kirinther lied to jurors about where her husband had gone the morning of the murder.

Her claims included seeing him walk home with a bag of bread.

“You might think that the details of him coming home with bread were false evidence given by the two and mistakenly conceived to support the defendant’s case,” Hatfield said. said.

Other witnesses said the large roller doors of the Esy Auto Dismantlers were closed early in the morning of December 11, which was unusual, and the suspect was identified around 8 or 9 am that day. Two workers were barred from entering.

The victim’s wife, Sultan Dastan, said she called the company that morning.

Kirinther answered the phone and said her husband wasn’t there but would call back.

he never did.


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