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Indian Father Went to Extreme Measures to Punish Teen Who Allegedly Abused His Baby Daughter

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An Indian father cut off the hands of a teen who allegedly sexually abused his baby daughter. The 17-year-old was accused of assaulting a seven-month-old infant...




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