19 August 2010

C'mon... what's all the fuss about?

It's not like she tried to... whoa... just hold up a freakin' minute...

A woman charged with attempting to murder her 19-year-old daughter has been released under conditions. The 38-year-old was accused by police in June of a so-called honour crime when her daughter arrived home late one night.

The Afghan-born Kaleki is charged with attempted murder, assault with a weapon and aggravated assault.
Three cheers for uber-enlightened Canuckistan... where your first whack at homicide gets treated like vandalism.

You think I'm joking? Think again...
Justice Sal LoVecchio gave Magomadova a suspended sentence Thursday with three years of probation, for killing Aminat, 14, on Feb. 26, 2007.
Oh Canada.


Powell lucas said...

It's time that this country started to elect judges so they can be held accountable for their actions. It couldn't produce a system as skewed as the one we presently have.

Neo Conservative said...

lemme see... a suspended sentence for strangling your 14 year-old daughter. how does that work?

i'm betting if i caught a 14 year-old burglar in my home and strangled the life outta him/her... i'd get 20 to life.

what's the difference between me & mrs magomadova?

hey, i know... let's ask robert latimer. he should know.


kursk said...

What's even more curious to me ( I expect leftist judges to make asinine rulings as a matter of course) is that this woman was freed in part from support from her other daughter.

I hope the other daughter doesn't have a run in anytime soon with her now freed murdering mom .

Keep those hemlines long, girl!

kursk said...


now freed murderously inclined mom!