Pakistani Triple Murder Suspect killed Cellmate in Spanish Prison

A Pakistani man suspected of killing three elderly siblings in Spain is now alleged to have killed his cellmate in prison.

Pakistani Man kills Spanish Siblings over Online Romance Scam

The man who died is understood to have suffered several blows

It is reported that a Pakistani man facing trial for the murder of three elderly siblings in Spain is now alleged to have killed his cellmate in prison.

The suspect, identified as Dilawar Hussain Fazal Choudhary, was moved to Estremera prison outside Madrid in January 2024.

He allegedly confessed to killing two sisters and their brother in the nearby town of Morata de Tajuna.

In the early hours of February 15, 2024, the alarm was raised at the jail when a man was found dead in his cell.

Choudhary had been sharing a cell with a 39-year-old man of Bulgarian origin.

The man who died is understood to have suffered several blows and his death is now being investigated by police and forensic specialists.

The cell was in an area of Estremera prison known to house difficult prisoners and the cellmate had been assigned to keep an eye on Choudhary.

Choudhary was admitted to Estremera prison on January 24, two days after handing himself into the police.

The bodies of Amelia, Angeles and José Gutierrez Ayuso had been found days earlier after neighbours said they had not seen them leave their home for several weeks.

The bodies were found in a state of decomposition, having been partially burned.

Spain’s civil guard said the Pakistani man had been owed a large sum of money, which appeared to have arisen from the two sisters’ involvement in an online romance scam.

It was reported that Angeles and Amelia had been involved for years in online relationships with people claiming to be military men from the US, sending hundreds of thousands of euros to two men.

A friend named Enrique Velilla said:

“We told them that it was all a lie, that it was a scam.”

He added that the sisters refused to admit it.

The sisters had then asked local people for financial help and Choudhary told police he had lent them a large amount. He had lived in their home as a lodger for several months.

Investigators believe the two sisters and their older brother were beaten to death with an iron bar and their bodies were then partially burned in December.

Choudhary had previously served time in jail for hitting Amelia over the head with a hammer but he was released from prison in September 2023.



Dhiren is a journalism graduate with a passion for gaming, watching films and sports. He also enjoys cooking from time to time. His motto is to “Live life one day at a time.”





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