Name: Sandra Brown.
Died: December 8, 2022.
Age at death: 69.
Cause of death: Unspecified homicide.
Location: Huddersfield, England, UK.
Disability: Chronic illness, wheelchair user.
Sandra was found dead at home; her husband was charged with murder.
Sandra loved gardening. As a member of the Neighborhood Watch, she used to keep her street clean by picking up litter.
Michael Brown (Husband), charged with murder.
Neighbour’s tribute to Huddersfield woman as husband faces murder charge
Huddersfield pensioner charged with murdering his wife
Name: Frederico Mendes.
Died: September 15, 2022.
Age at death: 10.
Cause of death: Unspecified homicide.
Location: Leeds, England, UK.
Frederico was killed by his mother in a murder-suicide.
Dalia Baptista (Mother), deceased.
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Autism Memorial: Frederico Mendes
Name: Louise Nash.
Died: September 8, 2022.
Age at death: 12.
Cause of death: Stabbed.
Location: Great Waldingfield, Suffolk, England, UK.
Louise and her mother Jillu lived in Suffolk, where Louise attended a special-needs school. Louise’s parents lived in India, and the mother and daughter sometimes went to visit them. They were well-known to neighbors, who remember them always waving from their car when they drove past.
Someone called the authorities, worried about Louise and Jillu, and police went to check on them. They found Louise and Jillu dead, a gas leak in the home, and Louise’s father, badly injured and immediately taken to the hospital, who they suspect is responsible for the killings. The neighborhood had to be evacuated while the gas leak was repaired, but no one else was hurt.
Peter Nash (Father), convicted of murder; sentenced to 40 years to life.
Man handed life prison sentence for murders of wife and daughter, 12
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Ipswich Crown Court shown footage of Great Waldingfield family murder accused, Peter Nash, referring to 12-year-old daughter as his ‘property’ in video recorded by wife before her death
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Autism Memorial: Louise Nash
Tributes paid to ‘devoted’ mum and her daughter, 12, found at home dead
Council chair speaks of shock after suspected double murder
Injured man arrested over deaths of a mother and her 12-year-old daughter
Family of ‘murdered’ mother and daughter, 12, tell of ‘utter despair’
Dad ‘stabbed severely disabled daughter, 12, to death and strangled wife’
Father in court after being charged with murder of wife and kid
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Name: Patricia Bitters.
Died: September 3, 2022.
Age at death: 84.
Cause of death: Blunt trauma.
Location: Forres, Scotland, UK.
Disability: Mobility impaired.
Patricia lived with her grandson for the last five years of her life because she had trouble getting around and needed help. One night, her grandson came home drunk and beat her severely. She was taken to the hospital, but lived only six days before dying from her injuries.
Patricia had 13 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren.
Scott McCulloch (Grandson), pleaded guilty to murder, sentenced to 15 years to life.
Killer beat his own gran to death when he was supposed to be looking after her
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Man pleads guilty to murder of his 84-year-old grandmother
Man sentenced to life in prison for murdering grandmother
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Name: Helen Lawrie.
Died: April 4, 2022.
Age at death: 83.
Cause of death: Head injury.
Location: Cromer, England, UK.
Disability: Dementia, mobility impaired, speech impaired, low vision.
Helen’s husband killed her before taking his own life.
Helen was a member of the Royal Cromer Golf Club. She owned hair salons and taught hairdressing.
Alexander Lawrie (Husband), deceased.
Inquest verdict found couple died in ‘unlawful killing and suicide’ – Cromer
Inquests open into deaths at home of Cromer couple
Husband kills wife before taking his own life in tragic dementia pact
Name: Dawn Walker.
Died: October 31, 2021.
Age at death: 52.
Cause of death: Asphyxia, head injury.
Location: Brighouse, West Yorkshire, England, UK.
Disability: Bipolar disorder.
Dawn was newly married when she told her husband that she had bipolar disorder, and that she wanted a divorce. He strangled her to death.
Thomas Nutt (Husband), convicted of murder, sentenced to at least 21 years.
Thomas Nutt, who murdered wife on wedding night and put body in suitcase jailed for at least 21 years
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Man accused of murdering his new bride, stuffing her body in a suitcase and dumping it in a field
Name: Mohammed “Amin” Mukhtar.
Died: August 30, 2021.
Age at death: 53.
Cause of death: Strangled.
Location: Miles Platting, Manchester, England, UK.
Disability: Mental illness.
Amin was in a four-year relationship with an abusive girlfriend, who had repeatedly hurt him and had been arrested three times for abusing him, but then manipulated him into refusing to press charges when he needed medical care for his injuries. Soon after she started dating another man, she tied up Amin and strangled him to death with an extension cord.
Charlotte Dootson (Partner), convicted of murder, sentenced to 22 and a half years to life.
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Name: Harrison Louden.
Died: August 13, 2021.
Age at death: 3.
Cause of death: Asphyxiation.
Location: Kidderminster, England, UK.
Harrison was suspected to have autism, and his parents were negotiating the health care system to get him services. Because they were at home due to the Covid-19 lockdowns, appointments were sometimes postponed and often had to be done remotely.
Harrison’s father, who left a letter saying he believed Covid had ruined Harrison’s chances of ever getting proper support, suffocated Harrison with helium gas and then killed himself.
David Louden (Father), deceased.
Autism Memorial: Harrison Louden
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Name: Harvey Borrington.
Died: August 7, 2021.
Age at death: 3.
Cause of death: Skull fracture.
Location: Jacksdale, England, UK.
Harvey was home with his stepmother when she called emergency services, saying he had fallen backward and hit his head. He was taken to the hospital, but the injury proved fatal two days later. Medical examiners found that Harvey had a skull fracture caused by being hit in the head several times. Only weeks before his death, Harvey had suffered a broken arm while in the care of his stepmother.
Harvey was very detail-oriented and enjoyed lining up his toys neatly.
Leila Borringham (Stepmother), convicted of manslaughter, assault, and grievous bodily harm; sentenced to 15 years.
Leila Borrington: Woman who filmed stepson, 3, as he lay dying from brain injury jailed for 15 years
Autism Memorial: Harvey Borrington
Leila Borrington: Woman guilty of killing three-year-old stepson
Stepmother convicted of killing three-year-old boy who died from head injury
Woman who videoed 3-year-old stepson dying on floor convicted of manslaughter
Killer stepmum filmed dying toddler on the floor instead of calling 999
Leila Borrington: Murder-accused woman says stepson fell from sofa
Autism Memorial: Harvey Borrington
Stepmother allegedly killed autistic stepson, 3, with ‘multiple’ head slaps
Murder-accused stepmother filmed autistic stepson dying in lounge
Stepmum ‘filmed autistic toddler as he died instead of calling 999’
Stepmum ‘murdered autistic tot, 3, slapping him and inflicting broken skull’
Name: Elsie Pinder.
Died: July 3, 2021.
Age at death: 66.
Cause of death: Fire.
Location: Southend, Essex, England, UK.
Disability: Stroke; mobility impaired.
Elsie died in a house fire started by her son deliberately in order to kill her. Her son, also her sole caretaker, knew that she would be unable to escape a burning house. Firefighters were able to rescue Elsie from the house, but she died from her injuries at the hospital.
Her other son, Paul, describes Elsie as kind-hearted, generous, loving, and witty, a “bottle of champagne waiting to pop”.
Andrew Wilding (Son), found guilty of murder and arson with intent to endanger life, sentenced to 27 years to life.
Carer who left disabled mum to die in fire jailed for 27 years
Carer son started fire to kill disabled mother – then went for a milkshake
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