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Husband blamed Hama, B.C. court told

Robert Matas
The Globe and Mail
Tuesday, March 13, 2001

Vancouver -- Nadia Hama's husband accused her of intentionally dropping their 18-month-old child Kaya off a suspension bridge because he could not believe his daughter could have such an accident, the B.C. Supreme Court was told yesterday.

"Kaya has no use of her lower body. Kaya cannot fall," Kjeld Werbes said. "Ms. Hama can have an accident. Kaya cannot."

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