2012: Richard Stokley, while his accomplice goes free 1989: Carlos DeLuna, “I didn’t do it. But I know who did.”

2006: A father-daughter drug smuggling team

December 6th, 2012 Headsman

In Saudi Arabia, distinguished as the worldwide capital of beheading, a Pakistani named Mohamed Rafiq Myased and his daughter Abajan (or Apa-jan) were beheaded in Jeddah on this date in 2006 for smuggling drugs.

(Another Pakistani national lost his head in Jeddah 10 days later for the same crime; I’m uncertain whether the cases were related.)

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