Prosecutors asked for life sentences for seven suspects accused of killing a Turkish man in southern Turkey's Antalya over a dispute on a 1,400-year-old Torah manuscript.
The body of Murat Ünal was found with his arms cut off and his chest cut wide open in January. Prosecutors say Ünal and the suspects were trying to sell the manuscript and a dispute broke out when others discovered Ünal hid one of the pages of the Torah.
An investigation is underway to find the Torah that was not found in possession of Ünal who shared a photo of the artifact on his social media account.
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