Started by Renegade, Feb 17, 2006, 04:15 PM
She said that when they complained about their drunken or violent husbands,
As for their motives, theories abound. Poverty, greed and boredom are just a few.
The peasant claimed that the women of Nagyrev "had been murdering their menfolk since time immemorial".
And Maria Gunya points out wryly that after the poisonings the men's behaviour to their wives "improved markedly".
Then after the article points out these atrocities, it ends on a "humourous" note indicating that the men's behaviour was "improved".
What astounding logic. I guess that means that murdering women is Ok too as it changes women's behaviour for the better. Oh, wait. Women are beaten and murdered all the time according to feminists. Thir bodies are every three feet down the pavement.
Summary: In Turkey in the 1920's women killed their husbands through poisioning.