Accidental death ruled out in double holiday deaths: report

Two versions of how a Czech husband could have killed his wife and daughter on a holiday in Egypt in the summer of 2013 have resulted from an expert analysis, the daily Právo has reported. According to the first version, Petr Kramný killed his wife Monikand eight-year-old daughter Klárka using a live electric cable when they were both talking a shower in the hotel room. The second version suggests they were electrocuted as they slept in their beds. The paper says the analysis rules out accidental death. The deaths were initially put down to poisoning. Petr Kramný has been charged with double murder and could face a life sentence if found guilty. He has denied the charges. The court case still has to be heard.

Author: Chris Johnstone