A jobless man who allegedly killed his brother by slashing him 22 times with a sashimi knife while under the influence of drugs was being financially supported by the victim, the High Court heard. Photo: Sam Tsang A jobless man who allegedly killed his brother by slashing him 22 times with a sashimi knife while under the influence of drugs was being financially supported by the victim, the High Court heard. Photo: Sam Tsang
A jobless man who allegedly killed his brother by slashing him 22 times with a sashimi knife while under the influence of drugs was being financially supported by the victim, the High Court heard. Photo: Sam Tsang

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A jobless man who allegedly killed his brother by slashing him 22 times with a sashimi knife while under the influence of drugs was being financially supported by the victim, the High Court heard. Photo: Sam Tsang A jobless man who allegedly killed his brother by slashing him 22 times with a sashimi knife while under the influence of drugs was being financially supported by the victim, the High Court heard. Photo: Sam Tsang
A jobless man who allegedly killed his brother by slashing him 22 times with a sashimi knife while under the influence of drugs was being financially supported by the victim, the High Court heard. Photo: Sam Tsang
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