German prosecutors have indicted a girl alleged to have belonged to the Islamic State group’s “morality police” in Iraq and to have let a small woman she and her husband held as a slave die of thirst.
The suspect, a 27-year-old German recognized solely as Jennifer W. consistent with native privateness guidelines, was deported from Turkey to Germany in 2016. She was arrested in June and is now charged with homicide and committing a conflict crime.
WATCH BELOW: Canadian sentenced to 40 years for ISIS plot to assault New York Metropolis
A number of international locations, together with Canada, have been grappling with the best way to deal with residents who return house after combating with the Islamic State.
Federal prosecutors stated Friday W. patrolled parks in Fallujah and Mosul in 2015, guaranteeing ladies adhered to IS gown and habits codes.
WATCH BELOW: ISIS fighter’s Canadian wives wish to return house
They stated she and her husband purchased a 5-year-old woman as a slave. The husband left the woman chained outside as punishment for wetting her mattress. W. allegedly did nothing to stop her dying.