It’s true that it’s not just women who are pressurised to get married,
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But is this crime really about Semi-forced Arranged marriages or Gay rights?
How many men, women or children find it easier to plan, strangle and burn an innocent person (or a bird or an animal?) because it seems more convenient than the other options they feel they have?
Asked if something had been burning, Ginday allegedly told police it was “ashes” before correcting himself and saying “no, I mean leaves”.
One of the officers then lifted the lid of the metal incinerator at the side of the house and saw the remains of a skull.
Post-mortem examinations by a pathologist and a forensic anthropologist showed Varkha’s body was folded into the “small furnace” in the foetal position.
Don’t you think the circumstances are just excuses, and almost irrelevant? Anybody who can commit such a crime is dangerous to those they come across, like an unpredictable time bomb, if not this then something else would have provoked them into taking another life – they are dangerous because they are capable of committing such violence.
From what the report alleges, this man had planned a gruesome crime to claim the wife ran away and then use that as an excuse to pretend to hate women and thus avoid future marriages.
Around a month before Varkha’s death on September 12 last year, someone at the family home made an internet search for incinerators, the court heard.
Ginday initially told police his wife had walked out on him after “using” him to gain entry to the UK. But, the Crown alleges, Ginday had bought a quantity of petrol on September 12 and put his wife in the incinerator after strangling her with a metal pipe from a vacuum cleaner.
Miss Gould added: “His ultimate intention, the Crown suggests, was to play the role of victim safe in the knowledge that he could rely upon his married status as a permanent excuse for never having to have another relationship with a woman.” [link]
I know of a case where a male domestic helper jumped into his employer’s apartment via her balcony and tried to strangulate the sixty year old woman. Her two large dogs bit him in the legs, she fought back and escaped into her bedroom, locked it from inside, and although she was injured, she managed to call for help. When the man was arrested he claimed he wanted to teach her a lesson for not ensuring that the agent who got him the job, paid him on time. Some of her acquaintances blamed her for not being a good employer.
Don’t you think that in both the cases above, the criminal is trying to do what rapists do too, trying to put the responsibility for their own brutal and criminal actions on their victims/society? Both the crimes required cold blooded planning and inhuman violence.