Matt Agorist August 14, Chatsworth, GA — A family is outraged and a great-grandmother recovering after she was tasered in her breast for failing to understand police when they told her to drop a knife she was using to reportedly cut flowers. However, citing pending charges against the great-grandmother, police are not releasing it publicly. The family told police that Al-Bishara was simply on the property to cut dandelions with a kitchen knife—a story backed up by the transcripts of the call.
Her devastated parents had to identify her body at a mortuary after she was found dead on the morning of May DS Sgt Tsie Matlokotsi said after the arrest: "Since the discovery of this gruesome scene, the investigation team worked around the clock following every lead from residents who gave information. And one tweeted: "I'll ask again how many more women have to die before the government realises there's a national emergency in this country relating to femicides and rape? Briton 'guilty' of murder in Ireland A former journalist is found guilty in absentia of the murder of a French film producer in Ireland. Man and woman charged with murder after deaths of two teenage boys in Sheffield A year-old man and a year-old woman arrested on suspicion of murder after two teenagers died after being found at a house in Sheffield will appear in court on Monday, police have said. Man passes out drunk and wakes up to find his penis has been cut off The year-old man in China woke up to sharp pain and severe bleeding.
A young woman who was brutally murdered and mutilated had both of her breasts cut off and her body had been burnt, police say. Details of the gruesome murder of year-old Naledi Lethoba have emerged after her body was found in an open field in Welkom, South Africa. Miss Lethoba, a student from Bothaville, was found dead with a knife still in her neck, both of her breasts had been removed and she had burns to her lower body and face.
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