Woman who dismembered husband not remorseful: police
A man believed to be the mother-of-one who dismembered her husband has expressed remorse and더킹카지노 stated she wishes she could find “something” to say to the media about what she did, a court has heard.
In a victim impact statement read to Brisbane Local Court, the 35-year-old woman said she had suffered a “bit of a psychotic breakdown” in the days after the killing and “was in a state of complete disarray”.
The judge said the woman was distraught, angry and upset over the death of her then 22-year-old husband, who she had been living with for nine months.
She admitted first-degree murder and a number of other charges of assault with a weapon, sexual assault and child cruelty.
In her victim impact statement the woman said her marriage to Mr McManus, 35, had ended because of “personal reasons” on 11 September 2016.
The couple were married in December 2014 and had been married for three years.
She said it had been “a very happy and happy, close marriage with a baby daughter and it was because of my husband that she wanted to take a holiday with us and she wanted to go out with me.
“I tried to do everything I could to find a solution to find a way to get our relationship back together but I had not been able to do so.”
“At some point I had given up hope and everything was ending and that is what put my husband in that state,” she said.
“I want to be sorry for what has happened, I wish I could say I had some closure and peace but I have just been really upset and just have an awful lot on my mind and you can imagine what my son will be going through.”
She said her family were “in shock” and her son had been very anxious and nervo바카라us about “his future”.
She admitted an incident before 7 September 2015 involving the use of a knife, a weapon and threats to commit suicide was also an offence.
She said her son had recently visited his mother and expressed support for her, saying he wanted to see her at the funeral next month.
“He just asked me was he gonna see my mum? and I said ‘I’ll see you when I see you’.”
Her mother had had counselling sessions with doctors at the weekend after t우리카지노he attack and was receiving support.
Magistrate Michael Binns told the woma