May 18, 2019
Mohammed Shamji and Elana Fric-Shamji.
She filed for divorce, he Allahu Akbar’d her windpipe with his hands of peace.
Seems reasonable to me.
The Paki should have known this bitch would be trouble the moment she insisted on having a hyphenated surname.
A Toronto neurosurgeon who pleaded guilty to the 2016 killing of his physician wife just days before his trial was due to begin was sentenced on Thursday to life in prison with no chance of parole for 14 years.
Mohammed Shamji, 43, entered a guilty plea to the second-degree murder of Elana Fric-Shamji, 40, at a Toronto, Canada, courthouse in April.
Sentencing him Justice John McMahon said the case is yet another tragic instance of domestic homicide that he sees far too often.
The court was told Mohammed Shamji broke his wife’s neck and ribs and choked her to death as their three children slept nearby.
McMahon credited the defendant for his last-minute guilty plea, which saved his young daughter from testifying. But he condemned him for the brutal murder.
A statement read out in court said Shamji killed his wife, then 40, during an argument. She had filed for divorce two days earlier.
Fric-Shamji claimed she had been a victim of domestic violence during their 12-year marriage.
The neurosurgeon, who has been in custody since his arrest on December 2, 2016, stuffed his wife’s body into a suitcase where it was discovered dumped the next day by a passer-by near the Humber River in the southern Ontario city of Vaughan.
She was killed from strangulation and blunt force trauma, according to police.
Shamji was arrested at a coffee shop in Mississauga a day after her body was found.