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|The Brothers & the Grisly Sentence|
|The Washington Post - Washington, D.C.|
|Subjects:||Human rights; Families & family life; Criminal sentences; Americans abroad|
|Date:||Oct 2, 1991|
The family of Daniel Boyd and American Muslim relief workers in Pakistan are fighting a Pakistani criminal sentence for Daniel and his brother Charles which calls for the amputation of a hand and foot. The Boyd brothers maintain their innocence on bank robbery charges; meanwhile Daniel's wife Sabrina is planning to return to the US for medical treatment for a potentially fatal illness.
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