America’s Most Wanted to Air Segment on Said Sisters “Honor Killing”

Dr. Phyllis Chesler has advised that the Fox Network show, “America’s Most Wanted”, is going to air a segment about Sarah and Amina Said, the two Dallas girls who were “honor killed” by their father.
We have extensive coverage of this murder, including statements from Gail Gartrell, the girl’s Great-Aunt.
The episode of America’s Most Wanted will air this coming Saturday, November 22, 2008, at 9pm est. The segment about the Said sisters will run for 13 minutes and will probably air as the second story of the hour.

Said Sisters

See the previous posts about Sarah and Amina Said:

  • Honor Killing in Dallas
  • “The Story is Bigger Than an Honor Murder in Dallas or What Happens in Dallas Stays in Dallas; Who Knew?” by Dr. Phyllis Chesler
  • “Human Sacrifice in Dallas: No One Saved These Girls” by Dr. Phyllis Chesler
  • “Raging Muslim Taxi Drivers in North American Cities” by Dr. Phyllis Chesler
  • “Murderous Mothers. The Hidden Female Face of Honor Killing” by Dr. Phyllis Chesler
  • “Still Dead in Dallas. An Update on the Double Honor Murders” by Dr. Phyllis Chesler
  • FBI Calls Dallas Murder Case an ‘Honor Killing,’ Upsetting Muslim Group
  • Gail Gartrell, Great-Aunt to Sarah and Amina Said, Speaks About The “Honor Killing” Part 1.
  • Gail Gartrell, Great-Aunt to Sarah and Amina Said, Speaks About The “Honor Killing” Part 2.
  • Gail Gartrell, Great-Aunt to Sarah and Amina Said, Speaks About The “Honor Killing” Part 3.
  • Gail Gartrell, Great-Aunt to Sarah and Amina Said, Speaks About The “Honor Killing” Part 4.
  • This coming Saturday, November 22, 2008, at 9pm est, America’s Most Wanted, which is Fox-TV’s longest running program, will fictionalize the heinous double murder of Texas-American teenagers, Amina and Sarah Said, by their father, Yaser Abdul Said, and, in my opinion, by their mother Patricia (”Tissy,”) as well.

    The producer told me that this created-for-TV drama will run for 13 minutes and will probably air as the second story of the hour.

    Gail Gartrell, who is the heroically determined great-aunt of the two doomed girls, insisted that the producer call me herself to verify that the show was, finally, going to run. (Thank you Gail!) The drama was “in the can” long ago but producers wisely delayed airing it until after the Great Election Madness had died down.

    Read the rest of Dr. Chesler’s post here.

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