Skip to comments.Brit jailed after telling girlfriend to plunge daughter's head in bucket of water
Posted on 05/16/2014 7:52:27 PM PDT by rickmichaels
A British man has been been jailed for nine years after telling his girlfriend to plunge her 21-month-old daughter's head into a bucket of water, leading to the toddler's death. Ammaz Qureshi was in London when he made a Skype call to his girlfriend, Yasmin Chaudhry, in Norway, telling her how to discipline her daughter Hunaina.
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IIRC, wasn’t David in big trouble for the death of Uriah, even though he counted on other people to do the real dirty work for him? Thou art the man, said Nathan. I don’t get why conspiracy to murder isn’t being recognized as the serious crime that it is.
Well, if you don’t have the death penalty, give the sucker multiple life sentences. This kid has been born, so abortion isn’t even a relevant excuse here. This child could have been given up for adoption. This is just low, and messed up.
If I told you in a Skype session that I thought it would be a good idea for you to rob a bank, and you robbed the bank and were caught, would I deserve to be sentenced to prison? Would I deserve to receive a longer sentence than you received?
“British man”? I don’t think so
Manson was sentenced to death. The California Supreme Court changed his sentence to life.
Oh, had. So much worse than any western male expecting his sex object girlfriend to have an abortion if it doesn’t work out in the way he planned, that is, to have sex out of, or inside of, marriage without consequences.
At first, when I heard a program on the radio that said that the UK might have to give up its nuclear arsenal if Scotland voted to leave the union, I thought it was NOT a good thing.
Then I considered demographics such as the one you mention and thought it can’t come soon enough.
That’s what I said ..he got life.
And the mother
Doesn't quite mesh.
Um... Unfortunately the way Britain is going, yes it does.
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