Swedish Muslim Kills Wife for Being 'Too Old'

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Mohsen Sodagari, 53, thought that his new wife was too old, at 45 years of age. She also had difficulty getting pregnant.

It is clear from today’s ruling against him. Mohsen Sodagari has been sentenced to 16 years in prison for murdering her.

He disliked that his wife’s choice of makeup and perfume.

The verdict came in last week. The cause for the crime became public on Tuesday.

The woman was killed on the afternoon of August 24 last year. The first emergency call to SOS came at 15.21 on a suspicious murder in Lund.

“It ‘s, uh, gigantic, bleeding or maybe dead woman and a man in an apartment,” said the caller on the taped call. “She lives next door to the couple’s apartment in Lund.”

SOS-operator was told that it was a bleeding woman at an open front door on the fourth floor of the tenement house.

When police entered the apartment the woman appeared to have died early in the morning which also turned out to be correct. Further into the home, they found her husband Mohsen Sodagari. He had knife stabs. Sodagari was rushed to hospital but was himself suspected of murdering his wife.

At 7 in the morning, the day after, he wanted to tell something to the police. But first he wanted to see his wife.

- “You can not,” replied one of the officers who guarded him. Then he understood his wife was dead.

Then Sodagari told the policemen a lie. He said:

– It was two men who attacked us. They must be seized. They were masked.

Mohsen Sodagari has later changed his story and confessed that he killed his wife and he slashed himself with a knife after attacking her.

On the day of the murder the pair had been at a travel agency. Sodagari and his brother had bought airline tickets and would travel together. The wife would not go on the trip.

Unhappy with his wife’s age

Once back Sodagari was feeling bad. He had long been depressed and was on anti-depressant drugs. At this time he was not only depressed but also unemployed and annoyed at his wife, it’s apparent from the judgment.

The hearing shows that Mohsen Sodagari first thought that his wife was 41-42 years old when they met for about 2 years ago. He should have thought that this was an appropriate age. When he later learned that she was 45 years old, he was reportedly dissatisfied.

What he mostly wanted was a family, with two or three children. But the couple had no children and the women’s clinic in Lund refused to help the couple on the grounds that his wife was too old. The pair had in other words problems in their relationship. But there was a problem on several levels as evidenced by interviews and other documents.

Described as a “strong woman”

The wife had in her native country worked as a nurse and was educated, the sister of the murdered woman told police. She describes the murdered woman of being “full of life” and that she was a “strong woman”.

On the other hand, she had difficulties with Mohsen Sodagari itself. It is clear from the various statements in the preliminary investigation that he was tormented by having been unemployed for a long time and that he simply did not have enough money to feed the family. He was also concerned that they could not have children. [*he is 'concerned' that he cannot feed the couple, yet he wants 2-3 children??!]

Their life was not the best. The murder day of August 24, was no exception. A relative of him tells us, among other things, that he understood that the mood between husband and wife was bad that day.

After having unpacked the purchased goods from the store in the apartment, the wife tried to calm her husband. She sat down and massaged his feet to help him. But it became instead the other way around.

While his wife lay in bed Mohsen Sodagari went into the kitchen and picked up a knife and stabbed and slashed her. When the knife blades bent and snapped he went and got more knives.

The wife dragged herself from the bed and to the front door where she collapsed. The man did nothing to help her. Instead, he tried to kill himself with two different knives without success. Neighbours heard his wife’s screams and alerted Police.

During the trial, but also during the preliminary investigation, it emerged that Mohsen Sodagari four days before the murder sought help of the psychiatric emergency room because he was feeling bad, was depressed and had problems with his wife.

Mohsen Sodagari had previously received the medicine which, according to the District Court can trigger aggression, tantrums and behavioral disorders. But Lund District Court has found something else and do not believe that there is evidence that the drugs can cause a person to kill.

The irritation and anxiety Mohsen Sodagari felt over the couple’s problems and that she, for example, used makeup and perfume which he disliked, the District Court explained.

What he mostly wanted was a family, with two or three children. But the couple had no children and the women’s clinic in Lund refused to help the couple on the grounds that his wife was too old. The pair had in other words problems in their relationship. But there was a problem on several levels as evidenced by interviews and other documents.

Described as a “strong woman”

The wife had in her native country worked as a nurse and was educated, the sister of the murdered woman told police. She describes the murdered woman of being “full of life” and that she was a “strong woman”.

While his wife lay in bed Mohsen Sodagari went into the kitchen and picked up a knife and stabbed and slashed her. When the knife blades bent and snapped he went and got more knives.

The wife dragged herself from the bed and to the front door where she collapsed. The man did nothing to help her. Instead, he tried to kill himself with two different knives without success. Neighbours heard his wife’s screams and alerted Police.

During the trial, but also during the preliminary investigation, it emerged that Mohsen Sodagari four days before the murder sought help of the psychiatric emergency room because he was feeling bad, was depressed and had problems with his wife.

Mohsen Sodagari had previously received the medicine which, according to the District Court can trigger aggression, tantrums and behavioral disorders. But Lund District Court has found something else and do not believe that there is evidence that the drugs can cause a person to kill.

The irritation and anxiety Mohsen Sodagari felt over the couple’s problems and that she, for example, used makeup and perfume which he disliked, the District Court explained.

Mohsen Sodagari, 53, thought that his new wife was too old, at 45 years of age. She also had difficulty getting pregnant.

It is clear from today’s ruling against him. Mohsen Sodagari has been sentenced to 16 years in prison for murdering her.

He disliked that his wife’s choice of makeup and perfume.

The verdict came in last week. The cause for the crime became public on Tuesday.

The woman was killed on the afternoon of August 24 last year. The first emergency call to SOS came at 15.21 on a suspicious murder in Lund.

“It ‘s, uh, gigantic, bleeding or maybe dead woman and a man in an apartment,” said the caller on the taped call. “She lives next door to the couple’s apartment in Lund.”

SOS-operator was told that it was a bleeding woman at an open front door on the fourth floor of the tenement house.

When police entered the apartment the woman appeared to have died early in the morning which also turned out to be correct. Further into the home, they found her husband Mohsen Sodagari. He had knife stabs. Sodagari was rushed to hospital but was himself suspected of murdering his wife.

At 7 in the morning, the day after, he wanted to tell something to the police. But first he wanted to see his wife.

- “You can not,” replied one of the officers who guarded him. Then he understood his wife was dead.

Then Sodagari told the policemen a lie. He said:

– It was two men who attacked us. They must be seized. They were masked.

Mohsen Sodagari has later changed his story and confessed that he killed his wife and he slashed himself with a knife after attacking her.

On the day of the murder the pair had been at a travel agency. Sodagari and his brother had bought airline tickets and would travel together. The wife would not go on the trip.

Unhappy with his wife’s age

Once back Sodagari was feeling bad. He had long been depressed and was on anti-depressant drugs. At this time he was not only depressed but also unemployed and annoyed at his wife, it’s apparent from the judgment.

The hearing shows that Mohsen Sodagari first thought that his wife was 41-42 years old when they met for about 2 years ago. He should have thought that this was an appropriate age. When he later learned that she was 45 years old, he was reportedly dissatisfied.

What he mostly wanted was a family, with two or three children. But the couple had no children and the women’s clinic in Lund refused to help the couple on the grounds that his wife was too old. The pair had in other words problems in their relationship. But there was a problem on several levels as evidenced by interviews and other documents.

Described as a “strong woman”

The wife had in her native country worked as a nurse and was educated, the sister of the murdered woman told police. She describes the murdered woman of being “full of life” and that she was a “strong woman”.

On the other hand, she had difficulties with Mohsen Sodagari itself. It is clear from the various statements in the preliminary investigation that he was tormented by having been unemployed for a long time and that he simply did not have enough money to feed the family. He was also concerned that they could not have children. [*he is 'concerned' that he cannot feed the couple, yet he wants 2-3 children??!]

Their life was not the best. The murder day of August 24, was no exception. A relative of him tells us, among other things, that he understood that the mood between husband and wife was bad that day.

After having unpacked the purchased goods from the store in the apartment, the wife tried to calm her husband. She sat down and massaged his feet to help him. But it became instead the other way around.

While his wife lay in bed Mohsen Sodagari went into the kitchen and picked up a knife and stabbed and slashed her. When the knife blades bent and snapped he went and got more knives.

The wife dragged herself from the bed and to the front door where she collapsed. The man did nothing to help her. Instead, he tried to kill himself with two different knives without success. Neighbours heard his wife’s screams and alerted Police.

During the trial, but also during the preliminary investigation, it emerged that Mohsen Sodagari four days before the murder sought help of the psychiatric emergency room because he was feeling bad, was depressed and had problems with his wife.

Mohsen Sodagari had previously received the medicine which, according to the District Court can trigger aggression, tantrums and behavioral disorders. But Lund District Court has found something else and do not believe that there is evidence that the drugs can cause a person to kill.

The irritation and anxiety Mohsen Sodagari felt over the couple’s problems and that she, for example, used makeup and perfume which he disliked, the District Court explained.

Mohsen Sodagari, 53, thought that his new wife was too old, at 45 years of age. She also had difficulty getting pregnant.

It is clear from today’s ruling against him. Mohsen Sodagari has been sentenced to 16 years in prison for murdering her.

He disliked that his wife’s choice of makeup and perfume.

The verdict came in last week. The cause for the crime became public on Tuesday.

The woman was killed on the afternoon of August 24 last year. The first emergency call to SOS came at 15.21 on a suspicious murder in Lund.

“It's, uh, gigantic, bleeding or maybe dead woman and a man in an apartment,” said the caller on the taped call. “She lives next door to the couple’s apartment in Lund.”

SOS-operator was told that it was a bleeding woman at an open front door on the fourth floor of the tenement house.

When police entered the apartment the woman appeared to have died early in the morning which also turned out to be correct. Further into the home, they found her husband Mohsen Sodagari. He had knife stabs. Sodagari was rushed to hospital but was himself suspected of murdering his wife.

At 7 in the morning, the day after, he wanted to tell something to the police. But first he wanted to see his wife.

- “You can not,” replied one of the officers who guarded him. Then he understood his wife was dead.

Then Sodagari told the policemen a lie. He said:

– It was two men who attacked us. They must be seized. They were masked.

Mohsen Sodagari has later changed his story and confessed that he killed his wife and he slashed himself with a knife after attacking her.

On the day of the murder the pair had been at a travel agency. Sodagari and his brother had bought airline tickets and would travel together. The wife would not go on the trip.

Unhappy with his wife’s age

Once back Sodagari was feeling bad. He had long been depressed and was on anti-depressant drugs. At this time he was not only depressed but also unemployed and annoyed at his wife, it’s apparent from the judgment.

The hearing shows that Mohsen Sodagari first thought that his wife was 41-42 years old when they met for about 2 years ago. He should have thought that this was an appropriate age. When he later learned that she was 45 years old, he was reportedly dissatisfied.

What he mostly wanted was a family, with two or three children. But the couple had no children and the women’s clinic in Lund refused to help the couple on the grounds that his wife was too old. The pair had in other words problems in their relationship. But there was a problem on several levels as evidenced by interviews and other documents.

Described as a “strong woman”

The wife had in her native country worked as a nurse and was educated, the sister of the murdered woman told police. She describes the murdered woman of being “full of life” and that she was a “strong woman”.

On the other hand, she had difficulties with Mohsen Sodagari itself. It is clear from the various statements in the preliminary investigation that he was tormented by having been unemployed for a long time and that he simply did not have enough money to feed the family. He was also concerned that they could not have children. [*he is 'concerned' that he cannot feed the couple, yet he wants 2-3 children??!]

Their life was not the best. The murder day of August 24, was no exception. A relative of him tells us, among other things, that he understood that the mood between husband and wife was bad that day.

After having unpacked the purchased goods from the store in the apartment, the wife tried to calm her husband. She sat down and massaged his feet to help him. But it became instead the other way around.

While his wife lay in bed Mohsen Sodagari went into the kitchen and picked up a knife and stabbed and slashed her. When the knife blades bent and snapped he went and got more knives.

The wife dragged herself from the bed and to the front door where she collapsed. The man did nothing to help her. Instead, he tried to kill himself with two different knives without success. Neighbours heard his wife’s screams and alerted Police.

During the trial, but also during the preliminary investigation, it emerged that Mohsen Sodagari four days before the murder sought help of the psychiatric emergency room because he was feeling bad, was depressed and had problems with his wife.

Mohsen Sodagari had previously received the medicine which, according to the District Court can trigger aggression, tantrums and behavioral disorders. But Lund District Court has found something else and do not believe that there is evidence that the drugs can cause a person to kill.

The irritation and anxiety Mohsen Sodagari felt over the couple’s problems and that she, for example, used makeup and perfume which he disliked, the District Court explained.

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