The mother of three girls found dead at the bottom of a well in western India after allegedly being raped has called for those responsible for their deaths to be caught and publicly hanged.
The bodies of the three girls - aged 6, 9 and 11 - were found in the well in Bhandara district in Maharashtra state on Saturday after they had been reported missing two days earlier, said A.R. Tiwari, a local police inspector.
The girls' mother should get the public hanging she wants.
The state should want it too.
I agree totally.
This is reprehensible.
But maybe they came from a broken home?
A public hanging is too good for a person who committed this type of atrocity! It's much more dignified than the torture that would be befitting! It's a small price to pay, the mom is being merciful!
Absolutely. Heinous as heinous crimes go.
But would that be the case for child rapists here too?
Hello to you @saywhat, these criminals should be public hung. I agree that child rapists should get the same punishment.
If we can all be calm, let's wait for the prosecution to build their case, submit it at trial, hear defense arguments, weigh the arguments.
THEN hang them by their nads over a roaring bonfire.
Disgusting to hear this over and over again. They need to get somebody like Mallala teaching them how to stand up against evil.
How is a little girl supposed to defend herself against a group of depraved and violent men.
Fit whoever is responsible with cement shoes and carefully lower them into the same well. Then slowly pump water in and fill it at a rate of a 1/2" her hour or so. Don't stop until it's filled to the top and there aren't any air bubbles coming from below.
nail thier nuts to a stump to start with then shoove them off backwards, next cut the rest of thier privates off turn em loose and watch um bleed to death as they flog em with a whip!!!!
Castrate them first. Publicly, of course.
Sad sad sad story. The girls will have known they were going to die one by one. Sadly, one is obliged to ENSURE the perpetrators REGRET that day, repeatedly.
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