Terminal Cancer Sufferer Murders Girlfriend out of Jealousy

PUBLISHED ON FRI, NOV 24, 2017 6:01 PM

Terminal Cancer Sufferer Murders Girlfriend out of Jealousy

by CityNews

 

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Reenactment of the murder

 

CityNews – A man suffering from stage four terminal cancer murdered his girlfriend out of jealousy on November 22 after he thought she might be cheating on him.

 

Police arrested 46 year old Pracha Munnee on November 23 after his girlfriend aged 26 was found brutally murdered at her home following a confession he made to the victim’s mother.

 

Pracha told police that he suspected his girlfriend may be cheating on him as he found birth control pills and an unused condom in her possession. He became furious and while she was lying on the bed with her back to him, he struck her over the head with a log three times before stabbing her in the neck and finally strangling her with a nylon rope.

 

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