I demanded 30 million tomans from Dariush Mehrjui’s killer

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I demanded 30 million tomans from Dariush Mehrjui's killer

I demanded 30 million tomans from Dariush Mehrjoui’s killer.

The confessions of the killer and former gardener of Mehrjoui: After I was arrested following the complaint of Mehrjoui’s family, I developed animosity towards them. They did not let go of a vacuum cleaner from me. When I was released, I went after them and asked them to pay the 30 million tomans that I demanded from them, but they denied it.

When I saw that they were not willing to give me my money, I plotted their murder. On the night of the incident, along with my brother who is the caretaker of one of the villas in the neighborhood, and two other friends who also work in the neighborhood, we headed to Mehrjoui’s villa.

When I opened the door, I attacked him and hit him with a stick. My brother and friend went to the room and took his wife hostage. Initially, my brother held Mehrjoui’s wife’s hands, and my friend stabbed her with a knife. When she became unconscious, my brother also stabbed him with a knife. I also stabbed Mehrjoui with a knife.

The former gardener of Mehrjoui was expelled from his job and imprisoned a few years ago due to stealing a vacuum cleaner from Mehrjoui’s house.


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