‘Sorceress’ burned alive in Papua New Guinea

Now here is some multicultural goodness. And if you think there is anything wrong with this then you are just a racist and a bigot!

H/T Tundra T

Telegraph:

A young mother accused of sorcery was stripped naked, doused with petrol and burned alive in Papua New Guinea because she was allegedly a sorceress.

A young mother accused of sorcery was stripped naked, doused with petrol and burned alive in Papua New Guinea because she was allegedly a sorceress.

10:23AM GMT 07 Feb 2013

The woman, named by The National newspaper as Kepari Leniata, 20, was reportedly tortured with a branding iron and tied up, splashed with fuel and set alight on a pile of rubbish topped with car tyres.

According to the rival Post-Courier newspaper she was torched by villagers who claimed she killed a six-year-old boy through sorcery, with police outnumbered by onlookers and unable to intervene.

A fire truck that responded to the incident, which took place on Wednesday morning in Mount Hagen city in the Western Highlands, was also chased away.

According to the reports, which were accompanied by graphic front-page images of the woman’s burning corpse, she admitted to killing the boy, who died after being admitted to hospital with stomach and chest pains on Tuesday.

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3 Responses to ‘Sorceress’ burned alive in Papua New Guinea

  1. Richard says:

    Welcome to our future if we don’t remove the left wing control of our educational systems.

  2. oogenhand says:

    On the other hand, Papuas are victims of the muslim Javanese in the West of their island. Could we organize the Raskol?

  3. Richard says:

    Not with Obama in the White House and if we did the Dems would do their best to stop the effort and betray them to the Moslems.

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