The youngest sister of the teenager Shafilea Ahmed has rejected the suggestion that she was coached by her parents, into denying that they committed murder. Shafilea was found dead on the banks of the river Kent in Cumbria in 2003.
The sister is sixteen and can't be named for legal reasons. She has been giving evidence behind a screen at the trial of Shafilea's parents, Iftikhar and Farzana Ahmed, who are accused of murder.
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