Swaziland: No woman no crime. More batshit crazy

From Hamish In Auckland Sun Jan 27 2013, 00:22:00

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Swaziland: No Crime, but Pregnant Woman Jailed

A women who is seven months pregnant was jailed in Swaziland, even though there were no allegations of wrongdoing or pending convictions against her, after her mother told a magistrate her daughter needed correcting.

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Swaziland:   No Crime, but Pregnant Woman Jailed (news)
Swazi Media Commentary
22 January 2013

A women who is seven months pregnant was jailed in Swaziland, even though there were no allegations of wrongdoing or pending convictions against her, after her mother told a magistrate her daughter ... [read more]

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