Cheating husband organised wife's murder
THE husband of a special constable was today found guilty of organising her murder.Fadi Nasri, 34, had his wife Nisha Patel-Nasri stabbed at their home in Wembley, north London, in May 2006.
THE husband of a special constable was today found guilty of organising her murder.
Fadi Nasri, 34, had his wife Nisha Patel-Nasri stabbed at their home in Wembley, north London, in May 2006.
Nasri, who went out to play snooker while the murder took place, wanted her dead to pay off debts using a £350,000 life insurance policy, and because he was having an affair.
His wife was left at home on her own on the night of the attack, which saw her bleed to death after being stabbed in the upper groin with her own 13-inch kitchen knife.
Drug dealer Rodger Leslie, 38, of Chesterfield Flats, Bells Hill, Barnet, and Jason Jones, 36, of Hathaway Crescent, Manor Park, east London were found guilty of murder following a three-month trial.
Driver Tony Emmanuel, 42, of Clements Road, East Ham, east London, was cleared.
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