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It was almost six months until her body was found in the River Kent in Cumbria, some 70 miles from the family home in Warrington, Cheshire.
Iftikhar and Farzana were convicted following evidence given by Shafilea's sister after she was arrested for setting up a robbery on her own parents.
A body language expert has analysed footage of Iftikhar and Farzana Ahmed lying to the public about 17-year-old Shafilea's 2003 disappearance, claiming they were being racially victimised, for a documentary.
She told officers they had murdered her for failing to accept an arranged marriage, and told her siblings to keep quiet if they wanted to avoid a similar fate.
Her parents' protestations of innocence came after they arrested along with five distant family members in the immediate aftermath of the tragedy.
Mr Lansley explained that the fact that his head moved in an up-and-down motion at the moment when he was pressed on his involvement in the murder, at almost the exact time he expresses his verbal denial, is a significant indication of guilt.'He has got his eyes closed, his volume has dropped and we see the head nod yes.
Slightly diagonal, but this is up and down,' he told the Mirror.
They were released without charge, but following Alesha's testimony they were both jailed for life.