Stella Dimoko Woman Who Killed Sister After Affair With Her Husband Has Been Jailed For Life


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Friday, October 27, 2017

Woman Who Killed Sister After Affair With Her Husband Has Been Jailed For Life

OMG What a brutal act of Jealousy!!!

A woman has been jailed for life with a minimum term of 22 years after admitting the frenzied murder of her sister, with whom she lived and with whose husband she was having an affair.

Sabah Khan, 27, stabbed 34-year-old Saima Khan, a care worker, at least 68 times after luring her home from work on the evening of 23 May 2016, while their parents and Saima’s husband were at a funeral.

As Saima’s four children lay in their beds, Sabah repeatedly plunged a kitchen knife into their mother, with one blow penetrating all the way through her neck and severing her carotid arteries and jugular vein. Her screams could be heard by their neighbours on Overstone Road in Luton, Bedfordshire.

The court heard how in the midst of the attack Saima’s eldest daughter had called out to ask Sabah whether she was killing their mum. In response Sabah shouted to them to stay upstairs. She then smashed a window and concealed the recently purchased murder weapon and the black, blood-stained clothing she had worn to carry out the killing in bin liners, before calling her parents and emergency services, claiming her sister had been the victim of a burglary gone wrong.

Sabah pleaded guilty to murder in a brief hearing at the Old Bailey in London on Tuesday. In the same court for sentencing on Thursday, it emerged she had grown increasingly desperate after an affair with Saima’s husband, Hafeez Rehman, 37, which had begun years earlier, turned sour to the point where they had arranged to be rehoused away from the family home.

In WhatsApp messages between Sabah and Rehman read out in court, the defendant described her sister as a “bitch” and accused Rehman of marrying her for the sole purpose of obtaining a passport. The relationship, it emerged, was tempestuous, with Rehman using his phone’s blocking feature to stop Sabah from sending him messages.

Jane Bickerstaff QC, for the Crown Prosecution Service, told the court how the affair between Sabah and Rehman had been kept secret from Saima, although he had made inquiries as to whether Islamic law allowed him to marry both sisters.

In Rehman’s statements to police, he accused Sabah of instigating the affair, and said that although he had wanted to break it off, Sabah had threatened to harm herself if he did so. One message from Sabah to Rehman said: “Nothing in the world can change my feelings for you, not even you; no matter how bad you treat me it won’t change anything. Day by day my love gets stronger.”

Three months before killing Saima, Sabah began researching methods of committing murder on the internet, including searches for where to buy poisonous snakes and viewing a page entitled “16 steps to kill someone and not get caught”.

“There are a number of searches that go on to look at different types of ways to kill someone ... these are interspersed with looking at the Facebook page of Hafeez Rehman and searches as to whether falling in love is allowed in Islam,” Bickerstaff said.

Messages retrieved during the police investigation revealed that from at least March 2016 Sabah was in touch with a black magician in Pakistan, who she paid £5,000 to cast a spell that would kill Saima. Although the messages were sent in the third person it was established that Sabah sent them. “You finish off Saima as quickly as possible so my Sabah can get her Hafeez back,” said one.

On the night of the killing, Saima had been working as a carer for an elderly woman, while Sabah looked after her children while Rehman and the sisters’ parents, with whom they also lived, went to a funeral. Taking advantage of their absence, Sabah sent four text messages to her sister saying her youngest daughter, who had just turned one, was crying and needed her mother.

A neighbour’s CCTV showed Saima entering the front door of their home at 11.07pm and turning the hall light on. Forty-five seconds later it was turned off and the hallway remained in darkness for just over eight minutes – the period in which she was murdered, the prosecution said. At 11.25pm, Sabah rang her parents, having already changed clothes and concealed the murder weapon.

In mitigation, Jo Sidhu QC said Rehman’s claims that Sabah had been the driving force behind their affair were untrue. He said that despite Rehman’s claims to have tried to end the relationship, it had remained sexual until days before Sabah murdered her sister, and Rehman had warned off another suitor who had developed a relationship with her. In 2012, Sabah had a termination after she became pregnant by Rehman, who refused to wear contraception during their sexual encounters, Sidhu said.

Sabah wept in the dock as details of her relationship with Rehman were read out in court.

“It’s part of this defendant’s mitigation that the instigation of this relationship was at the behest of an older man – a decade older,” he said, adding that not only was Sabah much younger in age, but had also been assessed as in the low-average range of intelligence.

“It brewed and it festered and in the end she [Sabah] made the decision that her sister had to go, and she will live with that for the rest of her life.”

DCI Adam Gallop, the senior investigating officer in the case, said: “This was a brutal act of jealousy. It was not a case of honour killing, nor was this the burglary that Sabah Khan tried so hard to create. Sabah wanted her sister’s life. She wanted her children and her husband. Hearing the news that they were planning to leave the family home together was the final straw and she took her sister’s life in a bitter envy.”
from the Guardian.

*What a sad sad story...Imagine the man sleeping with the two sister's in the same house!!!


  1. Replies
    1. So what happened to the man (who "warned off other suitors and refused to wear condoms"),
      He went scot-free.
      Will women ever learn?

      In the end:
      who killed babies in her womb?
      who killed her sister?
      Who has bagged life in jail?
      Who is the side chick and prostitute?

  2. They should have given her a knife to the throat. Jealousy my foot.

  3. God will punish this kind of sister and husband😡😡😡😡😡😡

  4. The man was shameless,Sister useless! Imagine killing your own blood? What a wicked being! I can't deal
    She deserves more than the judgment passed to her

    1. Sebi na only the man dey for this life. Mtchewwwwwwwww

  5. Woman..thou art loosed, why shall thou commit this grievous sin cause of a man. What was thou thinking?.

    She needs mental revaluation before taking her to prison. I feel for the kids. RIP

  6. hmmmmmmm what a sister. Something like this is happening in Nigeria only that some sisters will go diabolical or spiritual on their sisters to have their husbands.

    RIP to the lady and comfort to the children and mother.

    the stupid man should suffer pains too for making his children mother to die. stupid men everywhere

  7. Uhm!!!
    God av mercy

  8. Uhm!!!
    God av mercy

  9. This story just messed up my morning.
    She was bent on killing the sister even going diabolical.
    Shame on the idiotic man.
    But honestly this punishment is too 'decent', she ought to have been killed by firing squad.
    Knifed your own blood multi times because of her husband.
    Tufiakwa. May your kind and even that evil husband not come near my lineage, Amen.

  10. All for a man she ended up not having in the end.

  11. anonymous to bahd27 October 2017 at 12:17

    From careful and long observation, I know several female BVs that can do this...

    1. ...

  12. How can u kill your sister for a man


    1. anonymous to bahd27 October 2017 at 16:13

      By stabbing her over 50 times & chopping off her hand...


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