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Thursday, January 11, 2018

Moment 8 year old girl was abducted on her way to Quran recital then later found raped, murdered and dumped on a dirt pile

Moment 8 year old girl was abducted on her way to Quran recital then later found raped, murdered and dumped on a dirt pile

Disturbing CCTV footage captured the last moments of an 8 year old Pakistani girl before her body was found close to her home. It is believed she was brutaliy raped and murdered, then dumped on a rubbish pile.
Video footages captured near the scene shows 8 year old Zainab Ansari, who was last seen on her way to a Quran recital on Jan. 4, being led away by a depraved thing called a man.

Moment 8 year old girl was abducted on her way to Quran recital then later found raped, murdered and dumped on a dirt pile
Her body was later found for days later and police deduced she had been strangled to death.
According to local media, Zainab's parents were in Mecca for a religious pilgrimage when she was allegedly abducted and then killed.
Her body, which was dumped on a rubbish pile, was found by passers-by in Road Kot in Kasur, a city in Pakistan, four days after her death.
Speaking after arriving in the country, Zainab's distraught father, Ameen Ansari, said: "We will not bury Zainab until the killer is caught." Adding that: "If the police would have acted immediately, the culprit would have been caught."
The child's mother cried profusely as she told reporters: "I have nothing to say, I just want justice for my daughter."
Moment 8 year old girl was abducted on her way to Quran recital then later found raped, murdered and dumped on a dirt pile
Wednesday Jan 10, crowds attacked a police station in Pakistan in a protest over the heinous crime.
Two civilians were killed when officers fired live rounds to disburse the mob of people that had gathered at the Police station to protest.
Citizens were furious because this was the 12th incident of a girl being adducted, raped, and killed within the past year in Kasur district, police say.
Residents have been furious at the authorities for what they see as a failure to investigate such cases and bring these criminals to book.
The spokesman for Pakistan's Punjab province, Malik Muhammad Ahmad Khan, said that protesters turned violent and attacked a local police station, so they had to disburse them.
They said they havent been idle on these cases, adding that they have been working really hard to solve these murders and imprison the culprit(s) of these crimes.
Watch the disturbing video below:

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