Sydney mechanic convicted of boss’s murder nearly 30 years later

a Sydney The man who “will never win the employee of the year” was brutally convicted the kill Boss for nearly three decades.

Kubilai Kellinser, 60, denied violently attacking Hasan Dastan at his Esy Auto Dismantlers on the morning of December 11, 1995.

He was found dead in a pool of blood partially lying under a car inside the Blacktown Building.

Kubilai Kilinser was convicted of the 1995 murder of Hassan Dastan.
Today, a jury found Kubilai Kellinser guilty of the 1995 murder. (9 news)

A six centimeter metal tube was pushed into his mouth and his severe head injuries were consistent with an attack using a blood-stained sledgehammer that was lying nearby.

After he retired to trading on September 6, a NSW grand jury on Friday found him guilty of murder.

Judge Helen Wilson allowed him to kiss and hug his wife and children before he was taken into custody to face a hearing on November 16.

Clinser provided evidence that Dastan was angry with him when he arrived late to work on December 11, but he quickly calmed down.

He told the police his boss was fine when Klinser left soon after, bought cigarettes, paid the bills, and went home.

He said he and his wife visited the Commonwealth Employment Service, predecessor of Centrelink, to find out what he had missed out on benefit payments.

They stayed there for two and a half hours and his ticket number was N817, before returning to the workshop to find out his boss had been killed.

He denied arguing with or fighting Dastan, saying he was “a very good friend of mine, I respected him”.

The body of Hassan Dastan, 52, was found in a workshop (supplied)

His attorney, Ertunc Ozen SC, acknowledged that the only full-time employee at Dastan was late, at times lax in work ethic and seemingly cynical at work.

“He would never have won the employee of the year,” he said.

But this does not mean that he killed his boss.

Despite being a suspect from the start, a forensic DNA and fingerprint examination at the crime scene failed to link him to the murder.

Also, the freshly washed clothes and shoes seized from his home on the day Dastan’s body was found did not contain any traces of blood.

But Attorney General Brett Hatfield asserted that Killinser tried to cover up his actions with false, implausible and inconsistent anecdotes.

He was stealing money from the box and was about to get kicked out, said Killinser, who had a gambling problem.

A bloodstained revenge note was found at the crime scene containing phrases similar to those used by Clincer when he reported an angry agent to the police.

The customer was said to have threatened Dastan after buying a Toyota engine from him.

“It appears that the note was left as a false trail,” the prosecutor said.

The client was outside Sydney at the time of the murder.

Killincer was named the “primary suspect” in a judicial inquiry into Dustan’s death in 2000, but he was never charged. (9 news)

The prosecutor also noted that Gulser Klinser lied to the jury about where her husband went on the morning of the murder.

Her allegations included seeing him come home with a bag of bread.

“Those details that he came home with some bread were false evidence presented by both of them, and they apparently came to the aid of the accused in his case,” Hatfield said.

Other witnesses described the closing of Esy Auto Dismantlers’ large turnstiles early December 11 – unusual – and a worker identified as accused of preventing two people from entering around 8 or 9 a.m. that day.

The dead man’s wife, Sultan Dastan, said that she called work that morning.

Cleanser picked up the phone, saying her husband wasn’t there but would call back.

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