A man has been discovered remorseful of assassinating two women before squeezing their bodies within a freezer in his apartment.
A Police Officer Portrays Condemned Sex Offender
Zahid Younis, 36, is facing a life sentence for killing Hungarian national Henriett Szucs, 34, and mother-of-three Mihrican Jan Mustafa, 38.
The convicted was described by the cops as repulsive personal who kills on defenseless women in specific and harms them, brings them into his power, and causes them substantial damage.
Szucs disappeared in August 2016 and Mustafa went unaccounted for in May 2018.
In east London on 27 April last year, their corpses were discovered inside a small, padlocked, chest freezer in Younis’s flat in Vendome Close, Canning Town.
A convicted sex criminal is known as Boxer, Younis, confessed placing the women in the freezer and claimed culpable to two counts of avoiding the lawful and honest funeral of a body.
He refused two counts of homicide but, after 16 hours and six minutes of debates, was discovered culpable of both allegations by a board of judges at Southwark Crown Court on Thursday.
As the rulings were deciphered out whilst members of Mustafa’s family, who listened every day of the three-week trial, Younis flashed no sentiment and said ‘yes’ in the public gallery.
Her older sister, Mel Mustafa, cried, ’Thank you, God, thank you.’ The judge advocate, Ms. Justice Cheema-Grubb, told Younis she will punish him later on Thursday.
Detective Chief Inspector Simon Harding, of the Metropolitan Police, communicated to the PA news intervention, ‘Zahid Younis is a predominantly unsafe and what I would label as an objectionable discrete who preys on weak women in precise and misuses them, fetches them into his control and causes them substantial damage.’
The Convict Married an Under-Aged Girl and Offended Her
In an Islamic ceremonial at a mosque in Waltham stow, east London, in 2004, Younis wedded a 14-year-old girl.
He was ultimately imprisoned for two-and-a-half years for attacking the teenager and illegal sexual activity with a child and was placed on the sex offenders’ record.
‘Equally, Szucs and Mustafa were helpless women living slightly messy lives, involving cycles of rootlessness and class A drug addiction’, Prosecutor Duncan Penny QC informed jury member at his double-murder trial.
The law court learned Younis bought, for the singular objective of hiding the body, a freezer soon after murdering Szucs.
The police force had gone to his apartment to look for Younis when a uniformed officer discovered the appliance bordered with flies in a closet prior to forcing it open with a crowbar, told Mr. Penny.
The officer was acting on an old-school police intuition when he found the women’s corpses, Police officer Mr. Harding said, which had begun to decay after periods when the apartment’s power had been cut off.
When Younis was caught he asserted he was out when Szucs died at his apartment and did not inform the police department since he was freaking out.