A university professor from Australia and her sister have been found murdered after having been missing for more than two weeks.
the Case has aroused international attention, because the case affects both Israel, Australia and Argentina.
the Professor's colleagues are in mourning over the news.
- Professor Lily Pereg was very well liked by both colleagues and students. She was recognized both nationally and internationally, writes the University of Sydney in their obituary on microbiology-the expert.
The 54-year-old professor had traveled to Argentina to visit his sister, 63-year-old Pyrhia Sarussi.
the Women, both israeli citizens, were last seen 11. January, when they took to the city of Mendoza to visit storesøsterens son, 36-year-old Gilad Pereg.
Since the sisters had not given any sign of life in several days, began friends to wonder. There was set up an internet fundraiser at GoFundMe, which was to raise money for a search.
Nevøen asked up to the interview with the press and said that he knew nothing of his mother and sister's mysterious disappearance, but Friday he was arrested.
Saturday was the girl's body found buried close by Gilad Peregs house. According to local media shows the preliminary autopsy of the bodies, that at least one of the women has been shot several times.
Gilad Pereg, who is now charged with dobbeltmordet, has a chequered past. He is a former officer in the israeli army, but traveled to Argentina 10 years ago, where he, according to the argentine newspaper Clarin published to be Norwegian and called themselves Floda Reltih - which is Adolf Hitler spelled backwards.
Erhvervsoplysninger shows that Gilad Peregs mother has tried to help him in the walk in business. Pyrhia Sarussi had created five companies and transferred them to the son.
When police raided his dirty home, they found weapons, over half a million in cash and several dead cats.
The suspect was four years ago for his sister's 50th birthday, where he made an impression on the other guests.
- All seemed, he was a little strange. There were several who thought that he was on speed. He seemed affected, and his eyes ran around in my head, says one of the killed professors friends to the Sydney Morning Herald.
The 35,000 crowns, which were collected in to the search, are now being given to charitable purposes.
The accused and the killed members of the family have sent this message:
"We are in shock over the fact that Gilad Pereg is accused of having murdered his mother and aunt. As a family we are thankful and humble before the overflowing support and love we have received worldwide."