Father in Houston death penalty “honor killings” trial claimed daughter stole anthrax
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Ali Irsan, who is on trial for capital murder for a pair of “honor killings,” , told police in 2011 that his adult daughter was trying to poison him with anthrax stolen from Houston’s MD Anderson hospital where she worked, witnesses are expected to say Wednesday.

The testimony, in the third day of Irsan's death penalty trial, is being brought in by prosecutors trying to show that the 60-year-old Jordanian-American repeatedly called the police on his daughter with false stories.


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