Wife's body found stuffed in suitcase...

Wife's body found stuffed in suitcase - Sentinel & Enterprise

There are 93 comments on the Sentinel & Enterprise story from Aug 22, 2009, titled Wife's body found stuffed in suitcase - Sentinel & Enterprise. In it, Sentinel & Enterprise reports that:

Massachusetts State Police Thursday charged a Summer Street man with killing his wife then stuffing her body in a suitcase and dumping it in a wooded area of Oxford around New Year's Day.

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#71 Aug 25, 2009
CIt4WhatItIs wrote:
Ya, but I buried the suitcase deeper!
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Pak-in-a-box??
Are you kidding

Fitchburg, MA

#72 Aug 25, 2009
This country was founded on the concept of religious freedom, not come here and leave your religion behind. If you think all the original founders of this nation were christian, you are misinformed.
Fitchburg resident wrote:
Anything is bound to happen in this city.....our street lights are off....Crime is up everywhere....It was just another story to put Fitchburg on the map again......When in America act like an American.....Practice your own in your own country not here.....

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#73 Aug 25, 2009
Are you kidding wrote:
This country was founded on the concept of religious freedom, not come here and leave your religion behind. If you think all the original founders of this nation were christian, you are misinformed.
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Mmm...don't remember too many Jews or Muslims among the Founding Fathers do you have some left-wing "new" information to the contrary??
RLA

Townsend, MA

#74 Aug 26, 2009
CIt4WhatItIs wrote:
Ya, but I buried the suitcase deeper!
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Rest assured, one day that suitcase will be unearthed and we'll be reading about you in the paper.
RLA

Townsend, MA

#75 Aug 26, 2009
Nick Reynolds wrote:
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Uhm, peurto rico is a semi recent annexation of the U.S. and it is not connected to it in anyway.. So it's still okay to tell poeple to go back there. And quite honestly my point still stands, just because they dont have PRS in peurto rico doesnt mean they dont hate whites and blacks there. Becasue they do. And I'm also not in rehoboth, I'm two towns over, thats just where my server is. Not like I would be any worse then fitchburg or anywhere in the surrounding area, such as any place where an Oakmont graduate would have lived. You're just stupid.
Another Oakmont graduate here. Here is a little U.S. history lesson for you.

Puerto Rico was not "annexed" to the United States. Puerto Rico was ceded to the United States as a result of the Paris Treaty in 1898 (I guess that's 'semi recent') which ended the Spanish American war.

Ceded property is surrendered by treaty, it is voluntary, as opposed to annexed property, which is property taken by force.

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#76 Aug 26, 2009
RLA wrote:
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Another Oakmont graduate here. Here is a little U.S. history lesson for you.
Puerto Rico was not "annexed" to the United States. Puerto Rico was ceded to the United States as a result of the Paris Treaty in 1898 (I guess that's 'semi recent') which ended the Spanish American war.
Ceded property is surrendered by treaty, it is voluntary, as opposed to annexed property, which is property taken by force.
I wouldn't waste your breathe..he is obviously a trolling looking to stir and run.
coco

Waterloo, Canada

#78 Aug 26, 2009
he is crime he should be punished
lilly

Waterloo, Canada

#79 Aug 26, 2009
he is muslim so do me he shouldn't do this and his lawer is involved in this

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#80 Aug 27, 2009
They no teachum English in Canaduh any more??
anonymous

Andover, MA

#81 Aug 27, 2009
I know both Faiza and Asim. Asim and his entire family are scumbags and were ALL in on this and were all playing innocent the entire time. Faiza was one of the nicest people I have ever met and was always a joy to talk to, whether in person or on the phone. She was innocent human being who did NOTHING to deserve this. The poor girl's fate was horrible. Him and his entire family deserves to be punished. She was dealing with domestic abuse for a long time
anonymous

Andover, MA

#82 Aug 27, 2009
OH and trust me people, this has nothing to do with religion.
may

Grafton, MA

#83 Aug 28, 2009
I knew him too and he was a narcosistic bastard!!!
Khan

Brampton, Canada

#85 Aug 30, 2009
Dear Readers, This is atragedy, the young child has lost both parents, the girl's parents and relatives have lost a loved one, and the man's family lost their son or at least until he will serve his time.
There are no winners and there is nothing to do with religion.
It is simple the man could not do a simple thing leave his wife if he did not wanted her, he is like a worst virus which leaves its victim and surroundings dead.
I will agree with one thing the whole family should be questioned and any one involved in coverup or aiding and abeting should be punished to the fullest to make an example for future.
Khan

Brampton, Canada

#86 Aug 30, 2009
A Friend of Asim Amran wrote:
Judge not lest you be judged.
This man has served in the front lines in Iraq with the Marines for our country, was shot in battle, and returned here to the US to become a nurse.
He was by my side through nursing school, as my co-worker later on, and always as a friend. He embodies integrity and compassion like few people I have encountered in my life.
This is a tragic situation, and I hope the truth comes to light during the trial...... but with the racist ignornce that people are spewing, I immagine it will be difficult to have a fair trial.
I knew the girl as a child since she was born, she was a very nice girl, whatever your friend has done for the country is lost through his actions. Serving your country in war does not mean that you have a licence to kill.
The real reasons should unfold through the case hearings however he is the guilty one on prima facie and if proven should be punished to the fullest extant of the law.
nik

Chicopee, MA

#87 Oct 15, 2009
Gardner wrote:
I know Asim.... Believe it or not, he has been in this country since he was a child. He went to Junior High School in Gardner, and I ran into him at MWCC a few years back. He had just gotten married and had the baby. I am in total shock. But sad to say not totally surprised. Not because of his religion, but because I could tell the last time I saw him that he was not a very happy person. I could see the anger in him. I am not sure when he came to this country, but I know that he basically grew up here. I don't think that this has anything to do with his religion. I remember when I saw him at MWCC that he was very interested in spreading the word about Muslims and that they were not all terrorists. He was happy to be married and a very proud new father, but I could tell that deep down he was just not very happy. I could tell he had a lot of anger in him, but I really don't believe it has anything to do with his faith. He was not like that as a teenager, he was no different than anyone else, and I have fond memories of him as a child. May god have mercy on his soul...
I agree.. I worked with Asim and it's really hard for me to believe that he could have done this. She was found right down the street from my house :/ As far as I know, he's been in America since he was nine years old.. and although you think this doesn't have anything to do with his faith, it may have everything to do with his culture. Even growing up in America, his parents could have raised him in a strict traditional Muslim way. All I know is that you say he wanted to spread the word that not all Muslims are terrorists, I didn't meet him until after his wife was already gone, but he had abandoned his religion and wasn't following one when I knew him.
anon

Chicopee, MA

#88 Oct 15, 2009
Real World wrote:
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It's refreshing to learn that a woman was killed, chopped up and stuffed into a suitcase? Nice....
She wasn't chopped up. She was stuffed into the suitcase.
truth

Gardner, MA

#89 Dec 5, 2009
these people have no idea what happened.Truth will come out and truth alwayes prevale.then shame on these people. (DA change story five times) a friend.
hello

Brewster, MA

#90 Dec 6, 2009
This story was from August? Move on people !

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#92 Dec 7, 2009
hello wrote:
This story was from August? Move on people !
Yesd time to "PAK" it up....oh wait that is what he tried to do..
Lunenburg Fan Club

Marlborough, MA

#93 Dec 7, 2009
Very insitefull Lunney, Go Lunney, Go.

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