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    UK: Mother stabbed daughters in their sleep after shopping trip, court told

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    'A mother stabbed her two teenage daughters to death in their beds in an attempt to destroy her former husband’s life, a court was told yesterday.
    Rekha Kumari-Baker, 41, carried out a frenzied attack on Davina Baker, 16, and Jasmine Baker, 13, after “softening them up” on a shopping trip, Cambridge Crown Court heard.
    There had been contention between Ms Kumari-Baker, 41, and her former husband David Baker, 44, about the care and custody of the girls, John Farmer for the prosecution, said.
    The sisters were attacked in their mother’s home in Stretham, near Ely, Cambridgeshire, in the early hours of June 13, 2007. She stabbed Davina 39 times and launched a similar assault on Jasmine, the court was told.'

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    Re: UK: Mother stabbed daughters in their sleep after shopping trip, court told

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    Story here. Excerpt:
    'A mother stabbed her two teenage daughters to death in their beds in an attempt to destroy her former husband’s life, a court was told yesterday.
    Rekha Kumari-Baker, 41, carried out a frenzied attack on Davina Baker, 16, and Jasmine Baker, 13, after “softening them up” on a shopping trip, Cambridge Crown Court heard.
    There had been contention between Ms Kumari-Baker, 41, and her former husband David Baker, 44, about the care and custody of the girls, John Farmer for the prosecution, said.
    The sisters were attacked in their mother’s home in Stretham, near Ely, Cambridgeshire, in the early hours of June 13, 2007. She stabbed Davina 39 times and launched a similar assault on Jasmine, the court was told.'
    Lawyers for Ms Kumari-Baker will mount a “diminished responsibility” defence, arguing she was suffering from a “severe abnormality of mind” that made her guilty of manslaughter but not murder.
    Of course. She is female.

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    Re: UK: Mother stabbed daughters in their sleep after shopping trip, court told

    notice the killing inspired by mental illnes or not were motivated by malice towards her husband which inspires many wimyn nowadays

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    Re: UK: Mother stabbed daughters in their sleep after shopping trip, court told

    Good God... I felt the hairs on my neck rise when I read that... Very disturbing. It's so predictable to see she is being directed to a soft sentence for her outrageous crime.

    How can they call her hatred for her ex and abnormality of the mind?
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    Murder trial hears mother 'took her daughter to see doctor then stabbed her to death'

    Murder trial hears mother 'took her daughter to see doctor then stabbed her to death'

    A woman who stabbed her two teenage daughters to death as they slept bought the murder weapons an hour after taking one child to a GP for a routine appointment, a jury heard.
    Rekha Kumari-Baker took 13-year-old Jasmine to see a doctor at around 4.45pm, an hour before she went to Asda and bought knives to kill her children.
    Then, at around 3am on June 13 2007, Kumari-Baker killed Jasmine and her 16-year-old daughter Davina as they slept in separate bedrooms at her home in Stretham, Cambridgeshire, the court heard.


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    Re: UK: Mother stabbed daughters in their sleep after shopping trip, court told

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    How can they call her hatred for her ex and abnormality of the mind?
    She's just doing her part as an entitled psychopath!

    She's knows she can't beat her husband so she's reduced to stabbing her children! A female's empowerment knows no bounds!!!
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    Re: UK: Mother stabbed daughters in their sleep after shopping trip, court told

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    Good God... I felt the hairs on my neck rise when I read that... Very disturbing. It's so predictable to see she is being directed to a soft sentence for her outrageous crime.

    How can they call her hatred for her ex and abnormality of the mind?
    Quite so, clearly her vengeful actions were coldly premeditated by her animosity towards her ex-husband. There is not even a sliver of evidence to support a "diminished responsibility" defence, not unless purely being a woman constitutes one.

    She told Ms Barford, a special constable, that she had been “thinking about it” for days and “just woke up and decided to do it”.
    Jurors were told that Ms Kumari-Baker bought the murder weapons in Asda two days before the fatal attack.
    It seems even girls can't recieve justice if their murderer is also female. Quite a dilemma for the feminist injustice system, no men to blame!

    She said she had “felt so alone” and added “at least the children are safe now and nobody else can hurt them”.
    WHAT? Can anyone else see the fucked-up sickening irony of such a statement?

    He said that she resented the fact that her former husband was in a happy relationship and added: "She had not made a success of her life.
    That's her pitiful reason for snuffing out the lives of her own daughters in such cowardly and grisly fashion. For me she'd be a definite candidate for capital punishment if it was in place.

    I noticed the mainstream media avoided this story like the plague. Had it been the father, well.........
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    Re: UK: Mother stabbed daughters in their sleep after shopping trip, court told

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    How does one raise children for that many years and then plan to end their lives just to get back at someone?
    Easy...all you need is a slit between your legs and your ready to go.


 

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