Woman arrested after seen in Facebook video giving marijuana to baby

Lucy Bush
March 25, 2018

"Officials of the Ministry of Women Affairs invited Mrs. Josephine Nwali to the Office, from where she was handed over to the Ebonyi State Police Command for interrogation", Elom said.

The unidentified woman was allegedly flogged at least 100 times by her husband with a large leather belt.

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Stone's husband recorded a video of the quarrel on his phone and later showed police. Footage of the incident, which reportedly occurred March 10 in Bulandshahr, Uttar Pradesh near Delhi, India, has since been released.

The woman's mother, Noppawan Nantakit, said her daughter is a third-year student at Kasetsart University and there was no apparent motive for the attack. The woman was heard groaning and screaming after each hit. "We have filed a case against 20-25 unknown people", NDTV quoted Singh as saying. According to Superintendent of Police (SP), Praveen Ranjan Singh, "We have arrested the woman's husband, former panchayat head and his son in the matter after a video clip of the incident was widely circulated on social media".

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"Uloma's mother, Veronica, informed our officials that she did not even know the woman she gave her child to", she said. As reported, the husband flogged his wife because he only wanted to "teach a lesson to the woman". "Raids are underway to arrest other accused".

The savage punishment was carried out after a kangaroo court found her guilty of eloping with her boyfriend.

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