Woman who dismembered husband not remorseful but scared after daughter’s death’
The court heard the girl died from stab wounds in October 2012 after her mother, who had previously raped her, beat and abused her.
After the daughter’s murder, the father, 39, went to police demanding evidence, but was unable to locate the alleged attackers or identify his daughter.
He admitted one count of murder, of which he was found guilty at Cardiff Crown Court on 13 October 2012. He was fined £25,000.
The judge, who was in a wheelchair, said: “She had to die, and it is you who have taken the stand and explained why.”
But she said the alleged abuser had “moved on” from crime and said the killing had left him distraught.
She jailed카지노 사이트 the man, who has a previous conviction for domestic violence, for life, suspended for 15 years, telling him: “The life you may have led to the death of her, the child and this woman was ruined.
“This court will not permit this to be repeated and you will be imprison바카라ed for life.”
The judge said her daughter did not have a mental illness or alcohol problems, despite her “meltdowns”.
She added: “The last straw for you came when this girl died, and the pain was so great it almost took over your head.
“You moved on and no-one has a clue why.
“The way in which you have gone about this has destroyed this family’s life.”
The father pleaded guilty at Cardiff Crown Court (Picture: SWNS)
Prosecgospelhitzutor Jonathan Wilson told jurors: “You became increasingly distraught and depressed as the years went by.
“You were desperate for this to go away. Your desire was for you to put this behind you. But in the time it took, you became aware that it could not be done.
“Your mother became increasingly frightened, angry and jealous.”
She said the family “believed that this was all for a good reason – that she was telling the truth about your actions towards your daughter”.
The father admitted one count of murder, of which he was found guilty at Cardiff Crown Court on 13 October 2012
The girl died from stab wounds (Picture: SWNS)
The father admitted one of those offences in March 2013, but said he “didn’t feel responsible because he knew her”.
Mr Wilson added: