In A Double Murder, Two Tibetans Dead In France

In a double murder case, two Tibetans dead in France, Chambéry. Two Tibetans, a male and a female in their thirties have been murdered at a Chinese restaurant “Le grand buffet royal” where they were working. A Tibetan murdered the two Tibetans in a knife attack last Friday afternoon which the police found the women killed in the parking lot while the man was killed in the room upstairs of the establishment.

The allege boyfriend of the murdered woman, Karma Tsering Lhamo, 30 suspected that she was cheating on him with her fellow cook, Tashitsang Dawa, 35 at the restaurant. This led the man to take revenge against the unfruitful relationship with his girlfriend and murder both of them at their workplace.

Lhamo was working as a waitress at the restaurant and Dawa was a cook there. The owner of the restaurant said that “They had arrived from Paris on 18 January. Both worked really well. Nice and very helpful employees. “

In this horror incident, another Tibetan was seriously injured while trying to intervene and stop the gruesome attack. Even though the murderer instantly fled the scene, he was arrested in Chambéry by the anti-crime brigade (Bac) on Friday night(same night).

The investigation was entrusted to the police station of Chambéry and to the PJ of Lyon. This 37-year-old criminal, whom the boss of the Grand Buffet Royal had never seen before, was jailed on Sunday night after being charged with assassination and attempted assassination. Luckily the third person injured after intervening in the matter was quickly shifted to the hospital and reported to be out of danger now.

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3 thoughts on “In A Double Murder, Two Tibetans Dead In France

  • May 31, 2017 at 7:01 pm


  • June 1, 2017 at 12:45 am

    I love the news given in the Tibetan Journal….very informative and inspirational as well.


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