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Evidence shows Susan was sedated with drugs and her hands manacled so she could be sexually assaulted.
How would they feel if a female US diplomat, accused of breaking an Indian law, were manacled, strip-searched intimately in this humiliating fashion and then held in a cell with ordinary felons?
They were manacled, strip searched, interrogated for hours on end, thrown in prison like criminals; then, still manacled , paraded through the airport and put on the plane to be deported - paying for that privilege.
Like the bizarre pushmi-pullyu beast in the Doctor Dolittle stories, the Tory PM and his Lib Dem deputy were going i n the opposite direction - while manacled Like the bizarre pushmi-pullyu beast in the Doctor Dolittle stories, the Tory PM and his Lib Dem deputy were going in the opposite direction - while manacled together.
At first, it seems that the couple are motivated by altruism, but things take a sinister turn when the man finds himself manacled to the wall in their beer cellar.
And there it was, the Case of the Manacled Mormon, a truly titillating account of what happened to the aforementioned Kirk, unwilling (he said) star of one of the most bizarre courtships since Paris whisked Helen off to Troy.
Amongst seething waves, at Nelson's feet lies a black figure with hidden face and manacled wrists.
Alyn and Deeside AM Carl Sargeant and Montgomeryshire AM Mick Bates were handcuffed, manacled and taken into custody in a police van.
First, Huey made national headlines as a photo of him lying wounded and manacled to a hospital bed flashed across television screens all over the nation.
Geography manacled the region to Russia's ill-starred fate, particularly "our eternal foes, the Poles", according to Nicholas I.
The French interior ministry had been running "Afro-charters" on a weekly basis, carrying manacled Senegalese, Malian and Ivorian illegal immigrants home to the former French colonies.