The court must have therefore assumed that the identification of the accused did not come firsthand, but was an outcome of guesses and speculations. The record of initiations kept at another house listed 35 women and only 15 men, who submitted to these rites over a period of several years.
Could you say a few words about the place it occupied in the recent history of Birmingham? Grune and Stratton, New York,
The social actors who commit a sharaf crime because, in their own eyes, the behavior of one of their relatives has been shameful and dishonorable to the family, hence act in accordance with well established norms within their own community.
Due to the fact that the assailants were hooded, and their victims had their eyes sealed, not to mention the complete darkness in the room, such factors, according to the defense, pushed the plaintiff to speculate, leading to gross errors. I know that this lesson will be read in many schools.
If the addressee of the murder in honor killings is the community at large to which killer and victim both belong, the recipient maintains an ambiguous relationship with the killer—or more specifically with the guilt that he transferred to them: the community at large is neither ready to assume its guilt, nor to recognize the killer as someone who saved its honor.
I do not know his last name kinya or kunya.