Ibrahim Unverdi, the owner of a car dealership in the city of Adana, Turkey, reported to the Police an attempt to homicide against him. As indicated, uHis employee would have bought saliva from a COVID-19 patient for about $ 70 and then try to infect it.
The defendant is your former employee Ramazan Cimen, who would have planned the crime days before stealing about $ 30,000 from the victim, when he was sent to collect the money from the sale of some cars and never made it to the office.
After several hours of waiting, Unverdi decided to call him on the phone. Then, Cimen, made a shocking confession: he used the company money to pay a personal debt.
Another employee of the company assured that Cimen bought a saliva jar to a person positive for COVID-19 in order to pour the liquid into a glass of water that was offered to Unverdi.
“This is the first time I have heard of such a strange assassination technique. Thank God I didn’t get sick. God is always with the good guys, ”said the businessman, who did not try the drink.
After the employee’s contagion attempt failed and the case was reported in the Turkish press, Ibrahim Unverdi and his wife Wish, they began to receive intimidating messages from Ramazan, for which the Police granted him protection.
According to what was disclosed, in these messages, he threatened to take Unverdi’s life. “I couldn’t kill you with the virus. Next time I’ll shoot you in the head”Read one of the warnings.
Due to the attack, the businessman assured: “My mother and my father have a chronic illness. If I had caught COVID-19, I could have infected my family and those around me. “
“At least if he shot me in the head, I would be the only one to die. There is no need to be that evil, ”he added, concerned about the scope of the assassination attempt.
For her part, Unverdi’s wife stated that the former employee remains on the run and who live in fear of the threatening messages they receive almost daily. “My children and I cannot go out. It seems that we are in jail in our own home, “he said.
The case is being investigated by the Turkish authorities. “I trust in justice and I want this man to receive the necessary punishment”, Concluded Unverdi to the Turkish medium ‘Hurriyet’.
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