Mo Hassan's jury deliberated for just under and hour.
Ryan Widmer's jury took about 12 hours to find him guilty.
Both men stand accused of killing their wives. Both, it seems, see themselves as victims. One man, Hassan, engaged in a form of "honor killing" by beheading. While the other, Widmer, simply drowned his wife in a bathtub.
Still, the similarity in the two men's reactions has me puzzled. I have to wonder why? Why do two men, from very different cultures, murder their wives and then imagine themselves victims??
Is it a form of sociopathy? Or is there another dynamic in play??
What say you?
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