Mentally ill man found not guilty of murder over dead toddler

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Mentally ill man found not guilty of murder over dead toddler

The judge said the defendant had “clearly” been under the influence of drugs at the time of his murder.

Speaking after the verdict, he added that it was “highly likely” he would have been tried for the murder had he had a gun.

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The sentence was not that far from the one given to Mr Bessbrook – a man who has been told to take a psychiatric course after admitting to smoking marijuana.예스 카지노

But the judge said it would still be a significant crime – even if the court did not find a conviction.

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption The police officers investigating the fatal shooting said they believed the boy was ‘likely’ to survive

A coroner’s jury cleared Bessbrook of murder in 2013.

The defendant told the court he used drugs in the days prior to the murder but did not know why.

In the wake of the killing he spent most of the day at his father’s home – where he실시간 카지노 smoked.

The judge told him: “You will regret your actions on that occasion.”

The judge also told him: “I consider that you were under the influence of drugs.”

Bessbrook had admitted two counts of murder after his daughter was struck by Mr Bessbrook’s vehicle on 15 January 2014 while walking with her father in Wood Green, London.

Bessbrook had been drunk, but it was his wife, Samantha, who had told police about the incident.

The couple’s daughter was taken to Royal Free hospital where she died the following day.

‘Ripped to shreds’

On Wednesday Bessbrook’s lawyer told the court that he believed he had found a solution for Bessbrook’s mental health issues.

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He described the defendant as a “very honest guy”.

Speaking outside court he added: “I think what he did in the court today is an example of the strength of his character.”

GiCDC 철도청 카지노ving evidence on behalf of Bessbrook, retired forensic psychologist Dr Robert Goggin told the court he “had no doubt” Bessbrook’s actions were “premeditated and deliberate”.

Dr Goggin said it was difficult for him to be able to comment about the evidence provided by police as it was in its preliminary stages.

The jury had been told that Bessbrook had previously tried to kill his so