Today’s Lady News: Iran Might Not Execute Adulteress After All
The head of Iran's High Human Rights Council said the country may not execute Sakineh Mohammadi-Ashtiani, a mother of two sentenced to death for adultery. It seems that human rights activists around the world — including French First Lady Carla Bruni — don't like it when you kill people over something like marital fidelity.
Teresa Lewis To Be The First Woman Executed In 5 Years
Tomorrow the United States will execute Teresa Lewis, 41, the first woman to be put to death in the last five years, by lethal injection. In 2002, Lewis left the door of her Danville, Virginia, home unlocked so her lover, Matthew Shallenberger, and his companion, Rodney Fuller, could murder her husband and 25-year-old stepso…
Quickies!: Lorena Gallo Throws Down With John Bobbitt
Lorena Gallo faced off with ex-husband John Bobbitt on "The Insider." [Jezebel] -- She's almost unrecognizable. Love the blond hair. Yeah, I know, that's not the issue. Vibrating products seem to be another marketing ploy directed at women, like making things pink for the heck of it. [Dumb As A Blog]…
Death By Firing Squad For Pregnant British Woman
A pregnant woman awaiting trial doesn't usually make international headlines. But add the fact that the woman is facing death by firing squad, and you've got a story that's getting attention in Britain and the U.S. This is the fate of Samantha Orobator, a 20-year-old British woman suspected of drug trafficking in Laos. Orobator wa…
Iranian Woman, Facing Death For Committing Adultery, Is Set Free
If you think America is hard on our cheaters, philanderers have been stoned to death in Iran up until this year. Although there has been a moratorium on the harsh capital punishment since 2002, last year, Jafar Kiani, who was accused of adultery, died by stoning when local authorities took justice into their own hands.