Published: 8:00AM GMT 06 March 2010Paul Bristol, 25, killed Camille Mathurasingh after saying her on Facebook with an additional man
An Old Bailey jury took usually an hour to crook Paul Bristol, 25, of murder. He will be condemned subsequent week.
He flew to England from Trinidad after saying cinema of Camille Mathurasingh, 27, with her new partner Besim Haxhia. Bristol stabbed the gifted accountant twenty times at her home in Bow, easterly London, prior to slicing himself and crashing her car last April.Civil menial locked up for butchering lovers son Jealous polite menial stabbed lovers son to death, justice hears Murderer wrote on Facebook he felt similar to killin some1 Police advise of internet risk after bureau workman locked up for hold up for attempted attempted murder Amanda Knox lonesome ears to retard out screams
The IT technician for the Trinidad and Tobago Ministry of Administration denied murder, claiming killing by provocation.
The day prior to she died, Miss Mathurasingh phoned her sister Nadine to contend Bristol had arrived from Trinidad and she had been forced to rush the house.
She pronounced she had driven off, with Bristol chasing the car.
Nadine said: "She pronounced she looked in to her rear-view mirror. She pronounced he looked evil."
Miss Mathurasingh had been operative for PricewaterhouseCoopers in Port of Spain, Trinidad, but returned to her family in London in 2008.
Simon Denison QC, prosecuting, pronounced Miss Mathurasingh met Bristol in Trinidad during the 3 years she worked there.
Their attribute one after another by emails and write calls after her return.
Mr Denison said: "In the early piece of last year, when Camille was carrying doubts about their destiny together, she met a man here and proposed going out with him.
"It would crop up she attempted to move about the finish of her attribute with this suspect kindly and did not discuss it him about her new boyfriend.
"He found out when he saw cinema of them together on Facebook.
"He would contend he could not accept it was over and he motionless to come here to see if he could win her back."
Miss Mathurasingh did not wish him to come over and told her family he was badgering her.
Miss Mathurasingh"s family, together with her clergyman parents, described her as a "kind and gentle" chairman who was infrequently naïve.
Her mom cheered in justice when the outcome was announced. Indra Mathurasingh pronounced later: "Justice has been served for Camille. She was snatched from us and we are dull but her. However, we can right away try to heal the lives."