By Paul Schliesmann
A black vehicle is pulled from the Rideau Canal close to Kingston, Ontario, containing the our bodies of 3 girls— sisters Zainab, Sahar, and Geeti Shafia— besides their presumed aunt, Rona Amir Mohammad. Later within the day, after relatives record the ladies lacking, Kingston police develop into suspicious. The tales informed by way of mom and dad Tooba Mohammad Yahya and Mohammad Shafia, and their eldest son, Hamed, don't fit up with the swiftly collecting evidence. An large research unfolds, revealing a troubling tale of actual and emotional abuse within the Shafia home—including threats of murder. Police start to suspect that this can be a quadruple "honour killing," deliberate and performed to wipe away the family's disgrace as a result of the eldest girls. Two years later, Mohammad Shafia, Tooba Mohammad Yahya, and Hamed Shafia are attempted for the mass murders, whereas a stunned kingdom follows the case until eventually its gripping conclusion.
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