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Banker gets 17 years in prison for murdering prostitute in Swiss luxury hotel The Local. An investment banker who killed a Polish prostitute in Zurich's Dolder Grand hotel in was on Thursday sentenced to 17 years in prison by a Swiss court. The Zurich district court found the year-old guilty of murder, and also demanded he pay his victim's family 37, francs in damages, reported news agencies. The body of the year-old Polish woman, who worked as a dancer in a Zurich nightclub, was found by police in the man's apartment in September She had been reported missing by her family after failing to arrive in Poland on a planned visit the week before.
Records showed that the woman had spent the night with the banker in the Dolder Grand hotel on September 15th. After tracing him to his apartment, police found the victim's body in a suitcase stuffed into a wine fridge in his cellar.
The pair had been in a relationship, he claimed, and she even wanted to move in with him. However, when he told her he had decided to stay with his existing partner, with whom he shared a home, she demanded he pay her off. However the prosecutor rejected his version of events, saying the man spent thousands of francs per month on prostitutes and saw himself as their saviour. He had been paying the victim for sex for several months and wanted to have a relationship with her.
But fearing rejection, he killed her. Text messages between the victim and her sister showed that the deceased had had no intention of leaving prostitution or moving in with the banker, said the prosecutor.