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CanadaSentencing hearing for Toronto man who killed wife, stuffed body in suitcase

11:41  08 may  2019
11:41  08 may  2019 Source:   msn.com

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A disgraced Toronto neurosurgeon who murdered his physician wife just days after she filed for divorce Fric's body was found on Dec. 1, 2016, in a suitcase near an underpass in Vaughan, Ont Fric's mother told court at a sentencing hearing Wednesday that Shamji destroyed their entire family

Court heard that Shamji attacked his wife two days after she served him with divorce papers, breaking her neck and ribs and choking her to death as Fric, who revealed the details of the volatile marriage outside court after the sentence , says she hopes her daughter’s story will help other women in similar

Sentencing hearing for Toronto man who killed wife, stuffed body in suitcase © Canadian Press Mohammed Shamji and Elana Fric-Shamji in a photo from Fric-Shamji’s Facebook page. Two days after Shamji was served with divorce papers in November 2016, he strangled his wife and dumped her body in the Humber River — facts he admitted to in his guilty plea to second-degree murder in April.

TORONTO — A Toronto man who killed his wife, stuffed her body in a suitcase and dumped it in a river is scheduled to have a sentencing hearing today.

Neurosurgeon Mohammed Shamji, 43, pleaded guilty last month to second-degree murder in the death of his physician wife, Elana Fric Shamji.

Court heard Fric Shamji served her husband with divorce papers two days before he attacked her, broke her neck and ribs, and choked her to death as their three children slept nearby.

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TORONTO — Ana Fric says she would have given up on life after her daughter’s brutal murder but Elana Fric Shamji was killed by her husband Mohammed Shamji two days after filing for divorce in A second-degree murder conviction carries a sentence of life in prison with no chance of parole for 10

Toronto neurosurgeon, 43, who strangled his wife , stuffed her body into a suitcase and left it by a river pleads guilty to her murder just days before his trial is due to start. Mohammed Shamji entered a guilty plea of second-degree murder on Monday. The neurosurgeon killed Elana Fric-Shamji, then 40

Fric Shamji's body was found a day after she was last seen on Nov. 30, 2016, and police arrested Shamji 24 hours later.

Court heard the couple's marriage was volatile and included both physical and verbal abuse of Fric Shamji by her husband.

A second-degree murder conviction carries a sentence of life in prison with no chance of parole for 10 to 25 years.

Family and friends are expected to provide victim impact statements at today's hearing.

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