From today's New York Post:
"An elderly Pakistani immigrant beat his wife to death with a stick after
the doomed woman made the mistake of cooking him lentils for dinner
instead of the hearty meal of goat meat that he craved, according to
Sorry, why does America *need* elderly Pakistani immigrants?
"Defense attorney Julie Clark admitted Hussein beat his wife — but
argued that he is guilty of only manslaughter because he didn’t intend
to kill her. She said that in his home country, beating your wife is
“He comes from a culture where he thinks this is appropriate conduct,
where he can hit his wife,”
"Clark said in her opening statements at the
Brooklyn Supreme Court bench trial."
“He culturally believed he had the
right to hit his wife and discipline his wife.”
(Let me fix that for you *AHEM* sharia...)
And here in Canada:
A father whacked his teenaged daughter so hard that he killed her.
Her crime? Not cleaning the floors right.
He is getting 60 days in jail.
"A father will serve 60 days in jail for a slap that killed his teenage daughter."
"Moussa Sidime, 74, says he just wanted to correct 13-year-old Noutene for doing a bad job of washing the kitchen floor."
"Judge Richard Marleau decided Wednesday that two months in jail was
sufficient, citing Sidime's remorse and clean criminal record."
WHO IS THIS DISGUSTING JUDGE RICHARD MARLEAU?
There better be someone with sense in Quebec appealing this.
It was apparently "the first time" he had ever hit her. Do you believe that?
Why is the life of Noutene Sidime worth only 60 days of inconvenience for a father who murdered her in cold blood, with his own hand as the weapon?