Raped before death
British woman killed in Pakistan in so-called honor crimes had been raped before her death, said the officer in charge of the investigation.
Samia Shahid, 28, from Bradford, died in July in the northern Punjab.
A large Pakistani investigators father BBC Mrs. Shahid said the ex-husband and rose from her murder.
He added that he was seeking for her mother and her sister returned to Pakistan for questioning about their role in the killings.
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Two men have already appeared in court in Pakistan in connection with the death of Mrs. Shahid.
And he accused her ex-husband, Chaudhry Mohammad Shakeel,
of murder and said he confessed to strangling her with her veil, according to local police.
Chaudhry Mohammad Shahid, her father, and is being held for killing her partner.
It has been remanded in both until September 5.
Mrs. Shahid was visiting family in the village of Pandori
when she died and her relatives initially claimed that it had suffered a heart attack.
Her second husband, Syed Mokhtar Kazim, believed to have been the victim of so-called honor crimes, as her family did not approve of their marriage.
The post-mortem examination had died as a result of exposure to choke.