Pakistani Suspects In Stoning Death To Go To Terrorism Court
Five people arrested in the public stoning death of a pregnant Pakistani woman will be taken to an anti-terrorism court. Farzana Parveen was killed in Lahore because she married a man against her family’s wishes. Lead investigator Zulfikar Hameed said police arrested her father, uncle, two cousins and the driver who brought them to Lahore. According to lawyer Maliha Zia, the court is treating the act as an act of terror that has “wider consequences on the safety and well being of all of society.”
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