Marriage has recently been described by many as a scam simply because of some of the most disturbing killings that are taking place between lovers. People are being murdered by their own loved ones and what is more shocking is the way the killings are done.
A woman suspected of chopping her husband's genital was acquitted of the murder charge. According to Justice Teresia Matheka, the Police are to blame for the acquittal of the suspect after failing to establish a case against the suspect.
Teresia Matheka was arrested and has been in police custody now for a while waiting for her fate after she was arrested. Teresia Matheka was the main suspect in the death of her husband and the judge acquitted her of the murder case and said police have failed to produce evidence.
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