Will Collier emailed this AJC story and asked, “Now, why do I suspect that there’s a word missing from this article? One that starts with “M”?”
See if you can guess:
A Clayton County man faces murder charges in the strangulation death of his 25-year-old daughter early Sunday over what police said was her desire to end an arranged marriage.
Chaudhry Rashad, 54, apparently became angry during an argument in which the victim, Sandela Kanwal, told him she wanted out of the marriage, Clayton police spokesman Timothy Owens said.
Unlike Britain, sharia isn’t yet considered a legitimate method of settling private disputes. Let’s keep it that way.