This is a follow-up to the post "The Tragedy Of Du’a Khalil Aswad".
This was just posted on CNN:
BAGHDAD, IRAQ (CNN) -- Authorities in northern Iraq have arrested four people in connection with the "honor killing" last month of a Kurdish teen -- a startling, morbid pummeling caught on a mobile phone video camera and broadcast around the world...
...Two of the four arrested are members of the victim's family, police in Nineveh province said Thursday. Four others, including a cousin thought to have instigated the killing, are being sought.
Just four? There was at least 20 people shown in those videos yet they've only arrested four and suspect 8 in all? What about the Iraqi police officers that stood around and watched it happen? Are they still employed or have they even been identified?
Don't get me wrong though, these four arrests are a good start. But they're also just that, a start.