Son Killed Parents In San Jose Murder Case?

Son Killed Parents In San Jose Murder Case?
UPDATE: SJPD Arrested Two Brothers For Parents’ Murder San Jose Police Department
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Last Sunday, a gruesome murder of a couple shook the quiet neighborhood of Quimby in San Jose, California after an eerie note was found near the victims’ body, which reads, “Sorry, my first kill was clumsy.”


In a previous report from Morning News USA, the victims were identified as Shamina Rabbi, 57, and her husband, Golam Rabbi, 59, whose bodies were found by neighbors in their residence at 3000 block of Lucas Court. For several days, neighbors were trying to contact the couple, who were doing volunteer work in their local Islamic Community, before the bodies were found on Sunday.

It turned out the victim’s sons—Hasib Golamrabbi, 22, and the youngest, 17—were suspects for killing their parents. Hasib is currently under the custody of local police, while the minor suspect is detained in a juvenile facility, CBS Local reported.

The victims were natives of Bangladesh who migrated to work and settle down in the U.S. Shamina worked as an accountant, while her husband was an engineer. Although the police have already apprehended the suspects, the motives of the killings remained a mystery. The report added that authorities are no longer running after suspects in connection with the case.

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But in a separate report from SF Gate, Hasib vehemently denied the accusations against him and his younger brother. He insisted his innocent, while saying the truth will come out once the trial commences.

“I want everyone to know what happened. But I can’t say anything without a lawyer. The best thing if anyone wants to know what happened is to wait for the trial,” the 22-year-old Hasib was quoted as saying by SF Gate.

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