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Gambling Addict Found Guilty of Stabbing Wife 60 Times

Written by:
Jagajeet Chiba
Published on:
Jul/17/2019

Vicious Jalal Uddin, 47, slashed and chopped at 31-year-old Asma Begum's head, face, neck and back at least 58 times at their flat in Canning Town, East London, the Daily Mirror reports.


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The gambling addict was found guilty of hacking his wife to death after losing a bet. 

Begum had previously reported her husband hit her after she refused to give him money for gambling.

Uddin denied brutally killing his wife but the jury found him guilty after just over three hours of deliberation.

He had admitted the lesser charge of manslaughter.

Prosecutor Danny Robinson QC said Uddin left his wife with little to pay the bills and feed and clothe the family.

'She said that she often ended up giving him money for his gambling to stop him hitting her,' Mr Robinson added.

'As you will hear, arguments between them caused by his gambling habit were not unusual.

'Mr Uddin was known to the employees of William Hill bookmakers in east London as the 'Angry Indian' because he would often hit the gaming machines when he was losing.'

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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