LONDON: An Iraqi asylum seeker in the UK who followed a woman home before dismembering her and dumping her body parts has been found guilty of murder.
Azam Mangori, 24, killed Lorraine Cox, 32, in his room above a kebab restaurant in the English city of Exeter after targeting her as she walked home alone through the city center in September last year.
Police concluded that Cox died from suffocation as the T-shirt she had been wearing was found in her mouth.
According to Exeter Crown Court hearings, Mangori kept her body in his apartment for several days before chopping it up and disposing of the remains in bins in a nearby alleyway and in local woodland.
Mangori, an Iraqi Kurd who had an asylum claim rejected in December 2018,…