Sawed leg off her dead mother

 
Sawed leg off her dead mother
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A woman is accused of sacrilege of the dead after she sawed off a leg of her deceased mother.

The woman, from the Norwegian capital Oslo, who must meet in Oslo District Court on charges of sacrilege of the dead, moved the body of her deceased mother outdoors in March 2011.

Then she waited until the corpse was frozen before she sawed off her mother's left leg, the indictment says.

A neighbor discovered her, according to the indictment, as she was starting to cut off also her mother's right leg.

The neighbor stopped the woman and contacted the police.

The woman, who is at the beginning of her 60s are being prosecuted under the Penal Code Section 143, which has a maximum penalty of two years.

The case goes to Oslo District Court on Tuesday.

The insane reason why she tried to cut both legs off of her newly deceased mother will then be clear.

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