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Price of Honor (2014 film)

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The Price of Honor is a 2014 documentary about the murders of Amina and Sarah Said in Irving, Texas and the police’s botched (or completely absent) investigation.

0 out of 10 stars.  It’s truly sad that this was done so poorly.  It also takes advantage of the other victims in this case, Amina and Sarah’s true friends.

On January 1, 2008, Patricia and Yaser Said murdered their two daughters Amina and Sarah in Irving, Texas.  The Irving Police Department completely botched the handling of Sarah’s 49 minute call to 911.  You can hear her father and uncles stabbing her to death while she waits on the phone for the ignorant 911 dispatcher to even send a police car.  What followed was a coverup by the Irving Police Department and Patricia Said.  Yaser Said is living in Irving and yet the Irving PD won’t even question him.  How does that happen?

Islam Said, Amina and Sarah’s brother, also participated in the murders as did their paternal uncles.  They were never questioned either.

0 out of 10 stars.  Find another source of information about this tragic event because this documentary is exploitative and unprofessional.


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