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Nine years after Shafilea disappeared, the truth finally came out in court - her father had stuffed a plastic bag in Shafilea's mouth, holding it there until she stopped breathing.
It was almost six months until her body was found in the River Kent in Cumbria, some 70 miles from the family home in Warrington, Cheshire.
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Veronica, the Dowager Countess of Lucan, was found dead at her multi-million pound home in Belgravia, London, in September (left).
We should never have been on bail in the first place.
It's just proven the point that we've been telling the truth from day one.' But in her extraordinary testimony, Alesha described how her parents suffocated Shafilea with a carrier bag forced into her mouth and then hands over her face to close her airways so she could not breathe.
I couldn't even dream of it'However, according to expert Cliff Lansley - who shares his findings on Investigation Discovery's Faking It: Tears Of A Crime - he gives a self-incriminating nod as he gives his response.
Ahmed's head moved in an up-and-down motion at the moment when he was pressed on his involvement in the murder, at almost the exact time he expresses his verbal denial.An inquest last week revealed the 80-year-old had killed herself after taking a cocktail of alcohol and drugs after wrongly believing she was suffering from Parkinson's disease.The countess was estranged from her three children Camilla, Frances and George (pictured together, right) and decided to remove all three from her will, instead leaving her fortune to homeless charity Shelter.Lady Lucan hit headlines in 1976 after her husband disappeared when their nanny was bludgeoned to death.In an extract from her powerful new memoir, Denise Fergus recalls the tragic months following James Bulger's death: In the immediate aftermath of James's murder, Ralph and I couldn't really talk about what had happened.