Judicial second thoughts on pussy pass

Judicial second-thoughts on pussy pass for killing husband. Rajini Narayan rationalized that it was her husband’s fault that she had to kill him.

Appeal sought on husband killer’s sentence
www.heraldsun.com.au

THE sentence imposed on Rajini Narayan, an Adelaide woman, who escaped jail after killing her [allegedly] cheating and abusive husband by setting him on fire would fail to deter others, a court has heard….(Full Story)

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She murdered her husband. She did it deliberately. It was premeditated. She rationalized that she could not help herself doing it, because, she rationalized, her husband had cheated on her, and he had been abusive (by her standards).  She shifted the guilt for his murder from herself to his shoulders.  That worked well.

Rajini Narayan was let go, to be under Correctional Services supervision for two years, and to undertake psychological counselling as ordered.

Now the lawyers get another chance to earn more money by talking this case to death, while the outcome is most likely still a foregone conclusion: Women are incapable of committing crimes, because there is always an excuse, while when men commit crimes of equal severity there is never an excuse. (More on the history of this case)

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