I'd have been horrified if they'd got off, but I can't possibly be happy when those women/girls couldn't be saved, and I'm terribly concerned about the fate of the surviving (innocent) children, and even the other little shit who was a minor and squealed on his sisters.
They lived not very far from where I live, due east, where people from my neighbourhood used to move when they had moved a bit "up" in society. Shafia was in the process of building a much more luxurious abode than an ordinary St-Léonard duplex, in Brossard where there is a significant Afghan community. What will become of his fortune? Is it confiscated? Do the surviving children come into it upon majority?
I could have run into them at shopping malls or on the bus. You never know what is going on in families, whatever their origins (we have two horrible cases among "Québécois de souche" just recently - the cardiologist Guy Turcotte who stabbed his two tiny children to death, in a bucolic Laurentian village setting, the husband of Diane Grégoire who lied that she had disappeared at a south shore shopping mall and pretended to grieve, until the evidence surfaced a few years later.
We have to find better ways to protect vulnerable victims of the idea that someone, usually male, has life-and-death rights over family members - usually female, sometimes gay, sometimes "shameful" in other ways.