What could make a man murder his employee in front of customers?
42 year old Haitian born Tilus Lebrun has brutally stabbed his boss to death and left another man critically injured at a US restaurant last Thursday just because the restaurant owner Dimitrio "Jimmy" Karaloukas took his photo without permission.
According to The Sun Sentinel, The Jimmy The Greek Tavern and Restaurant in Boca Raton was set in total confusion as Lebrun allegedly took a knife from the kitchen and fatally stabbed his boss and injured his colleague in front of patrons in the restaurant eating dinner. Reports say his act had more than 20 customers fleeing in fear.
Karaloukas died of his wounds a short while after being stabbed. The other worker, not yet identified by deputies, was taken to Delray Medical Center in critical condition.
According to Deputies, Lebrun then walked outside, wearing an apron and still holding the large knife, and called authorities to admit to the crime. He said, "I killed him because he took my photograph", Lebrun told the police, "They need to learn how to respect people. I have three kids in Haiti. I know they will suffer but they will survive."
Lebrun has been charged with homicide and attempted homicide, and is being held without bail. What do you think should be done to the killer?