Harmohinder Sanghera Has Started A Bid To Clear Her Name
A woman has started a bid to clear her name after being convicted of murdering her lover’s pregnant wife.
In 2007 Harmohinder Sanghera stabbed 17-year-old Sana Ali, who was 11 weeks pregnant, to death.
Sanghera was having a two year affair with Ali’s husband, she carried out the horrific attack after discovering his marriage and child on the way.
The defendant was jailed for life with no possibility of parole for 14 years.
Sanghera however has reportedly applied to the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) to look at her case again.
Sanghera claims she confronted Ali on the day of the attack but then left through the front door whilst Ali was still alive.
However evidence revealed the defendant left a foot print on the kitchen floor, indicating she escaped through the kitchen window.
Her legal team are now attempting to uncover new evidence surrounding the window, footprint and mobile phone analysis.