A 56-year-old Pakistani man who has confessed to a triple murder in Pakistan, today explained his participation to the Oslo District Court.
- We are illiterate. We are not so smart. We have low IQ. We can not take responsibility for our decisions in the same way as people with education and high IQ, said the 56-year-old to the Oslo District Court, as an excuse to why he is a murderer.
The man has admitted in court that he participated in the triple murder in Pakistan in 2013, and that the family's honor was the reason for the killings.
-We have old fashion thinking and an old culture. The world is progressing. Now we are in 2015, but we still have the old thinking, he said.
- Our brain is not working as it should. We talk about honor, and it was exactly what happened. It was honor, but the brain was not working, the man said in court.
Minutes earlier he had told the court how he participated in the murder of three people in Pakistan in May 2013.
Also the widow (25) of the killed man has in recent days have given testimony in Court.
- He walked up to the bed (where the husband of 25-year-old laid). He pulled off his thin blanket. He said something like "what you did was not good." I stood right outside your door and saw what happened in the room. X fired two three times. Then he fell out of the bed, the widow told.
The 56-year-old admitted to the killings just before the criminal proceedings began in Oslo District Court. On Thursday he told how it happened.
For several days the 25 year old widow has told why she thinks that her mother and father ordered the killing of her husband and his father and brother.
While her mother and father were in Norway, the 56 years old uncle performed the killings in Pakistan along with a fourth person who is not yet apprehended.
The 25-year-old woman is convinced that her parents ordered the murders.
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