A man charged with murdering his spouse at their domestic in Sydney’s southwest allegedly said “I killed her” in front of police and witnesses on Easter Sunday, a courtroom has heard.
- Altaf Hossain turned into charged with murdering his spouse Syeda of their Minto home
- Two kids, aged six and 10, have been sleeping interior at the time
- The forty-nine-year-old became refused bail in Parramatta Bail Court
- Altaf Hossain, 49, becomes wearing a white health center gown, and both fingers have been bandaged while he
- faced Parramatta Bail Court via video link from Amber Laurel Correctional Centre today.
- The cafe employee is accused of stabbing his 33-12 months-vintage spouse, Syeda Hossain, to dying in the storage in their Minto belongings early the day before today morning.
- A circle of relatives buddy determined her body and called the police, who discovered the couple’s children — aged seven and 9 — unharmed and asleep in their bedrooms.
- They are now inside the care of protective services.
A woman smiling.
Photo: Syeda Hossain changed into determined useless in the garage of her Minto domestic. (Supplied: Facebook)
In arguing for his launch, Mr. Hossain’s attorney stated his purchaser had robust community ties, no previous crook records, and desired to take care of his two youngsters. The court heard Mr. Hossain confessed to killing his wife in front of police and witnesses but stated he became appearing in self-defense. He changed into requested to elevate his bandaged arms during the bail hearing, together with his legal professional telling the courtroom he informed the police on the time that “she did this to me.
The outside court docket, family pals, and neighbors described their surprise at the alleged murder and stated the Hossains regarded happiness. We never heard yelling or whatever like that, they each appeared glad, but we know that maybe that they had a few problems,” Khadija Huda told the ABC. Syeda Hussein was a perfect mum — that is so unhappy and heartbreaking. Family pal Zahir Bhuiyan said he has become concerned about what may show up to their kids. I desire they can stay with their family,” he said. They are such lovely kids.
They do not deserve this.
Mrs. Hossain supported her own family employing cooking traditional Bangladeshi sweets and selling them to stores in Minto. Mr. Hossain has received worker’s compensation after he hurt his again whilst operating at Sydney TAFE cafe. He will continue to be at the back of bars till his next court looks on the top of this month.