"A woman held a PHD and married a man that was a shopkeeper with less education than she possessed. Her father provided a year's worth of salary and many gifts. After the couple had been married six months, the in-laws requested a washing machine and other items that the bride's family could not afford to give. They taunted the bride and eventually she was found hung from a ceiling fan. The groom was never convicted because he told the police she committed suicide, because she did not love him enough. Since the death took place in his home, they had no way of knowing if it was the truth. The woman was cut off from her relatives and had once asked her father to help her because she did not feel safe with her new husband. The father told her that she... [continues]
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