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  • Crazy witches chop of man's hands and burn him alive



    A shower of crazy witches in India have brutally mutilated a man in front of his family, and then torched him.

    The bloodthirsty witches laughed and cheered, dancing around Brijlal Chopra as he writhed in agony.

    Mr Chopra, from Mandla in central India, had taken his 10-year-old son to the traditional healers for medical assistance, but once Brijlal and his family reached the healer's commune the old crone accused him of being a rival sorcerer and commanded her disciples to kill him!


    The gang of fuck-wits started stabbing Brijlal with tridents, and chopped off his hands with an axe. Then as his distressed family looked on, his attackers soaked him in kerosene and set him alight.

    “It was sickening. They surrounded him and took turns to stab him with tridents and hack at him with an axe.” Brijlal's wife explained.

    “They cut off his hands because they said that was where his power was.”


    “My husband told them he had no powers, no witchcraft, but they wouldn’t listen. The more he screamed, the more they sang and the more they laughed,” she said.


    “Then to make sure his power was gone for ever, they said they had to burn him. This was in front of our son who was terrified.”


    Mrs Chopra was told to leave, and warned if she reported the incident to the authorities she would be cursed. Fortunately Mrs C wasn't a complete twat, she went straight to the cop shop and reported the murderous bitches to the rozzers. All seven dirty killers have been arrested and will stand trial for murder.
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