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Canadian Mother Who Strangled Daughter Won’t Be Jailed, Judge Rules

Handout Aminat Magomadova, 14, is seen in an undated photograph. A judge’s decision to free a Canadian mother convicted of strangling her 14-year-old daughter with a head scarf has prompted growing outrage from victims’ advocates groups. A suspended sentence was given to Aset Magomadova, 40, by Court of Queen’s Bench Justice Sal LoVecchio on Thursday, stunning a national victims’ group based in Toronto, the Vancouver Sun reports. “I really strongly disagree,” said Joe Wamback, founder and chairman of the Canadian Crime Victims Foundation.  “It sends a message to the rest of the community and …Read more […..]

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