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Andrew Edis, QC, prosecuting, told the jury: “They finally killed her because she had dishonoured the family and brought shame on them.They had despaired of her ever becoming a daughter they could ever be proud of.” Miss Ahmed’s badly decomposed body was found in early 2004 beside a river in the Lake District.

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If she is telling the truth this whole family, since September 2003, has been living in extraordinary circumstances.It was, said Mr Edis, the final piece in the puzzle.Rukish Ahmed, who has since changed her name to Alesha, originally made the allegation to friends shortly after her sister’s disappearance.Mr Edis said police carried out a lengthy investigation but failed to solve the mystery of her death.However, in August 2010, Miss Ahmed’s younger sister, Rukish, claimed she had been a witness to the killing.

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