Name: Wayne Leworthy.
Died: August 28, 2021.
Age at death: 46.
Cause of death: Stabbing.
Location: Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.
Disability: “Severely disabled”, wheelchair user.
Wayne was stabbed by his father before his father killed himself. His mother came home only to find their bodies.
Neville Leworthy (Father), deceased.
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Name: Lourdi “Lordy” Ramadan.
Died: April 23, 2021.
Age at death: 48.
Cause of death: Homicide.
Location: Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.
Lordy was found dead inside the home she and her partner, who also served as her caregiver, shared, along with the body of her partner.
Lordy used to buy coffee for, and give money to, her homeless neighbors. She would do anything for her family.
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Died: March 16, 2021.
Age at death: 16.
Cause of death: Unknown.
Location: Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia.
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Name: Robyn Beever.
Died: February 25, 2021.
Age at death: 81.
Cause of death: Strangled.
Location: Varsity Lakes, Queensland, Australia.
Robyn was found dead in her garage. Police suspect her husband of having strangled her or killed her with an axe during an attempt at murder-suicide.
She had a small dog named Foxy.
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Name: Steven Hinrichsen.
Died: December 15, 2018.
Age at death: 63.
Cause of death: Stabbing.
Location: Morphett Vale, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.
Disability: Used wheelchair and walking frame after surgery.
Steven was found stabbed to death, with high levels of prescription pain medication in his body sufficient to sedate him and render him helpless. It is believed Steven’s wife, her boyfriend, and a friend thought Steven was “an inconvenience” and planned to kill him. Text messages show that Steven was assaulted by his wife’s boyfriend multiple times before his murder.
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Gavin Scott Skinner (Wife’s boyfriend), charged with murder, found guilty of murder.
Robert John Thrupp (Friend), charged with murder, found guilty of manslaughter.
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Name: Dr. Mary E. White.
Died: August 5, 2018.
Age at death: 92.
Cause of death: Barbiturate overdose.
Location: Bundanoon, New South Wales, Australia.
Disability: Vascular dementia.
Mary White’s daughter went to the aged care home where she lived and poisoned her with an overdose of medication.
Dr. White was a scientist who studied environment, biodiversity and climate change. She wrote books on environmental sciences and created the Australian Museum’s fossil collection. She also created the Falls Forest Retreat, a rainforest sanctuary in New South Wales. Dr. White was named a Member of the Order of Australia for her services to botany.
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Name: Taye Cockman.
Age at death: 13.
Name: Rylan Cockman.
Age at death: 12.
Name: Arye Cockman.
Age at death: 10.
Name: Kadyn Cockman.
Age at death: 8.
Died: May 11, 2018.
Cause of death: Multiple homicide.
Location: Margaret River, Western Australia, Australia.
Disability: Autism; Rylan also had chronic pain.
Non-disabled victims: Cynda Miles, age 58; Katrina Miles, age 35.
Arye, Kadyn, Rylan, and Taye were all killed by their grandfather in a mass murder-suicide. Their mother and grandmother were murdered in the same event.
The family lived on a farm, where the four children were home-schooled, and were working on making the farm self-sustaining. They grew vegetables and even built their own dam.
The four children all kept journals, and Taye, the oldest, was becoming an accomplished writer. All the children were working on learning to swim.
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Name: Nancy Barclay.
Died: January 24, 2018.
Age at death: 83.
Cause of death: Strangled.
Location: Perth, Western Australia, Australia.
Disability: Alzheimer’s disease.
Nancy and her husband had been married for 63 years. One night, she forgot to take her sleeping tablets; so instead of going to sleep, she went to sit at the kitchen table instead. Finding her there when he woke in the early morning, Nancy’s husband allegedly strangled her until she died.
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Name: Sarah-Jane Gatt.
Died: January 3, 2018 (Body found; died April 20-24, 2017).
Age at death: 40.
Cause of death: Unspecified homicide.
Location: Kensington, New South Wales, Australia.
Disability: Unspecified; on disability pension; bulimia, drug addiction.
Sarah-Jane’s body was found in her bathtub, where it had been for months after her death. In the interim, her partner pretended she was still alive in order to collect her disability pension.
Sarah wanted to become a model when she was younger and went to school for it, but the diet pills she took to stay thin were the beginning of her problems with eating disorders and drugs. She became the mother of four children, but was unable to care for them because of her addiction. She wanted to become a counselor to help others.
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