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.


4 comments:

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...

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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.

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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...

*correction..

now freed murderously inclined mom!