Skip to comments.Pakistani Bride Kills 17 in Botched Plot to Kill Husband
Posted on 11/01/2017 11:46:55 AM PDT by nickcarraway
Pakistani police say they have arrested a newly married woman on murder charges after she poisoned her husbands milk and it inadvertently killed 17 other people.
District police chief Sohail Habib Tajak said Wednesday a judge has allowed police to question the woman for two weeks.
Tajak says the woman, who was not identified, was married against her will in September.
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If I Were Your Husband Id Drink It
Oh, those whacky Pakis.
Pakistan = worst country in the world.
if her husband was one of the 17, then it wasn’t totally unsuccessful.
That’s 17 who won’t be taking child brides and honor killing their women folk.
Intent follows the path of the poison. At least in U.S. law.
In Pakistan some wives live in Hell before they have died
Who are we, or she for that matter, to challenge their cultural norms?
Pakistan = land of Barack’s boyhood. Fidoburgers with goat cheese — yum!
This has Lifetime Movie of the Week written ALL over it...
I think you mean Indonesia.
Her husband didn’t drink it. But about 30 of her in-laws did.
I wonder if the bride really agrees that she failed.
You just don’t know with some cultures.
It doesn’t look like the husband drank the poison.
Actually, I hope this gets a ton of play in Pakistan, so it will maybe inspire other women who were basically “marriage raped” to do something about it. It would put a big damper on the whole arranged marriage for dowry bit.
N.B.: In the days of the Roman Empire, so many women poisoned their husbands that the government had to outlaw a known poisonous plant from being grown in Rome, and for many miles around.
But 17 of his family members died from it. You think he should have taken “no” for an answer instead?
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