The information is contained in the file of the process that is underway in Reggio Emilia and that were revealed this Friday (23).
According to official information, Shabbar called the person on June 8, 2021, when he had already fled to his home country with his wife, Nazia Shaheen, shortly after the young woman disappeared on April 31.
“For me, the dignity of others is not more important than my own. I left my son [menor de idade] in Italy. I killed my daughter and came here, I don’t care about anyone. I’m already broken, I’m dead, I killed her and I killed her for my dignity and my honor,” she told the man.
At another point in the intercept, Shabbar contradicts himself and utters “we killed her”, without naming specifics.
Investigations indicate that Saman’s father would have committed the crime with the help of an uncle of the young woman, Danish Hasnain, and two cousins, Ikram Ijaz and Nomanhulaq Nomanhulaq, all of whom have already been arrested. Her mother would not have participated in the murder itself, but she would have been responsible for luring Saman back home.
The Pakistani lived between October and April in a social protection shelter after denouncing her parents for trying to force an arranged marriage. However, on the night of the murder, her mother texted her asking for forgiveness and telling her to come home.
Also according to the records, the family members would have been outraged and planned the murder after seeing a photo of the young woman kissing her boyfriend, who was not approved by the family.
To this day, Saman’s body has never been found by Italian authorities. The underage brother, who also told police that family members killed the young woman, now lives in a shelter. Shabbar and Nazia have an international arrest warrant against them, but the Pakistani government has never come out in support of the couple’s deportation. (ANSA).
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