A Czech man sentenced to 28 years in prison for murdering his wife and daughter while on holiday in Egypt has asked for a review of the court decision, according to independent association Šalamoun, which investigates possible miscarriages of justice.
Petr Kramný was found guilty in 2016 of intentionally electrocuting his 36-year-old wife and 8-year-old daughter during their 2013 holiday in the Hurghada resort. Kramný maintains that his family had all suffered severe food poisoning and only he survived.
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