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Man kills wife with spiked sex toy, spared jail


52-year-old Ralph Jankus has been given a suspended prison sentence after his wife died during a 48-hour extreme sex session days after they got married.

Jankus killed his wife Christel, 49, when he inserted a spiked Wartenberg wheel inside his wife, perforating her bowel.

The wheel is normally used by doctors to check nerve reactions. They failed to get medical help for four days, by which time nothing could have been done to save her.

Jankus told police in Germany he had been involved in BDSM for 30 years and the couple had discussed whether to go on a honeymoon or engage in the marathon sex session.

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Christel had previously spoken to friends about her fetish for extreme sex, but her son said that she was mentally unstable and was controlled by Jankus.

Judge Johannes Hochguertel hit out at Jankus for failing to take her to hospital for so long, adding that she would have survived her injuries.

However, he said that Christel’s death had had a profound effect on Jankus, she had taken part willingly, and had said she said she did not want to go to hospital.

He was given an 18-month suspended prison sentence. She had previously reported her partner for abuse in 2017, but later withdrew her complaint and spent some time in a psychiatric clinic.

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Her son claims that she fled to a women’s shelter in 2018, before returning happier and wanting to marry her partner in July of the same year.

He said: ‘‘She had injuries over her whole body and especially in her genital area.

”I warned her that she was putting up with too much and that it should never have gone this far.’ He claims that Jankus ‘abused, mistreated and humiliated’ his mother, but added: ‘I do think she loved him though.”

The son’s unnamed partner, who was also a court witness, said: ”We had no idea about the violence at first, but over time it became more apparent.

”She was not allowed to leave the apartment and was forced to take drugs. She was beaten for going to the hairdressers without permission.”

Just days after announcing his marriage on social media, Ralph posted: ‘I want to thank you all for the goodwill messages on our wedding day.

”Unfortunately, I have to tell you that my dear wife died suddenly just eight days after our wedding. All the happiness I have experienced was during the years with my wife.”

The couple had been together since 2011.

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NHRC summons SARS officer over disappearance of 20-year-old boy eight years ago



The National Human Rights Commission of Nigeria has summoned a former Officer-in-Charge of the Anambra State Special Anti-Robbery Squad, James Nwafor, over the alleged disappearance of 28-year-old Chijioke Iloanya, who was allegedly arrested eight years ago.

Nigerians have testified of the heinous crimes perpetrated by the SARs Boss who claims no one can question him for his constant act of violating human rights.

According to PUNCH Metro, Chijioke who was 20-year-old at the time was seeking admission to a university when he was carted away during the child dedication of one of his friends on November 29, 2012, in the Ajali area of the state.

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His family members, who visited the Ajali Police Station in search of him, were informed that he had been transferred to the SARS headquarters.

Upon getting to the SARS office, Nwafor, who reportedly denied that his men arrested the victim, later claimed that Chijioke had been shot dead by the police.

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Reacting to the matter, the NHRC, through its Twitter handle, stated that the officer had been invited to Abuja for questioning, adding that the commission would ensure that justice was served.

It tweeted,

The attention of @NhrcNigeria was brought to a painful report by a Twitter user, of the alleged torture and murder of her brother by CP James Nwafor who led the Awkuzu SARS division in Anambra State.

“Other Twitter users commented under the post, retelling their experiences or that of their family members. The issue was brought to the attention of @NHRCNigeria and we are working with other authorities to ensure this is not swept under the carpet.

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Men attend ‘school for husbands’ in Burkina Faso



Surprisingly there is a school for husbands in Burkina Faso which aims to men how to be better husbands.

According to the reports, 1,600 of these schools have been built so far in the country.

Mr Gnoumou regularly attends these discussions and takes pride in having changed his behaviour.

“I would often fight with my wife and even hit her,” he reflected recently. “When you hit someone, you are aware that what you have done is not right.”

Today, he offers a lot more help around the home, Martine says. He fetches water and wood and does other household chores. And he hopes to inspire other men, as well.

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Amid Covid-19 cure claims, two Madagascar lawmakers die after virus infection



Madagascar President, Andry Rajoelina, on Sunday confirmed that two lawmakers — one member of the senate and one deputy — had died after becoming infected with coronavirus.

Eleven other deputies and 14 senators had also tested positive for the virus, Rajoelina said.

The Indian Ocean island on July 5 placed its capital Antananarivo under a fresh lockdown following a new surge in infections, two months after the restrictions were eased.

It has recorded 2,573 infections including 35 deaths with the government estimating that the peak will not be reached until the end of August.

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In April, Rajoelina launched a local herbal concoction he claimed prevents and cures the novel coronavirus.

He has since been promoting the brew for export, saying it is the country’s “green gold” which will “change history”.

The potential benefits of Covid-Organics, a tonic derived from artemisia — a plant with proven efficacy in malaria treatment — and other indigenous herbs, have not been validated by any scientific study.

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Madagascar had in the first week of July placed its capital Antananarivo under a fresh lockdown following a new surge in coronavirus infections, two months after the restrictions were eased, the presidency announced Sunday.

“The Analamanga region (under which the capital is situated) is returning to full lockdown,” the presidency said in a statement. No traffic will be allowed in or out of the region starting Monday until July 20. A strict curfew will be imposed on street movement by people.

“Only one person per household is allowed to go out into the street between 6:00 am (0400 GMT) and 12:00 pm (1000 GMT),” said the statement. The measures have been taken “because of the spread of the epidemic and the increase of COVID-19 cases,” it added.

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