Abu Dhabi Police dismissed rumours about the case of a Moroccan woman who slaughteredher ex-boyfriend and fed his remains to labour camps.
Victim’s remains weren’t fed to workers
Sowing confusion about the bizarre manslaughter case that made headlines last week, Abu Dhabi Police issued a lengthy post on their Instagram handle, clarifying the woman didn’t distribute machboos meals to workers living in labour camps living near her house in Al Ain. The post reads, “An official source in the Abu Dhabi Police, who is investigating the case, said that by examining the incident, it became clear that the information was incorrect and added false data to the incident, including denying the Arab woman (feeding parts of his body to workers after he was killed.”
Residents warned by Abu Dhabi Police
Sharing fake stories via social media could lead to a hefty fine of up to AED 1,000,000 by the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA), The case comes with a warning by Abu Dhabi Police, warning residents to refrain from “circulating the wrong news” and “wait for the data issued by the competent authorities.”
Manslaughter case under investigation
As of now, the case is referred to public prosecution and the next court hearing will take place on 31st December, involving 24 witnesses from her building and a friend. According to Khaleej Times, chances are the murderer “may be exempt from criminal responsibility” if she’s found to be “mentally unstable.”