Name: Betty Guy.
Died: November 7, 2011.
Age at death: 84.
Cause of death: Murder.
Location: Haverfordwet, England, UK.
Disability: Mobility impaired, chronic pain, frail elder.
Betty’s daughter and grandson had decided it was “time for her to go”, so they drove to her house, where they drugged her with sleeping pills; then her grandson smothered her with a pillow. He had to try twice before he killed her, because she fought to live.
Betty was a retired nurse.
Perpetrator: Barry Rogers (Grandson) and Penelope John (Daughter), both found guilty of murder and sentenced to 11 years to life.
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