She nailed her newborn 15 times and said she had a miscarriage
Horror story in Britain
The absolute horror starring a 28-year-old "mother" and a newborn baby girl was revealed in Britain, during the trial that took place, a year after her unthinkable act. The court found her guilty without any mitigation and in the coming days the amount of her sentence will be announced. According to the forecasts of valid courts in Britain, the "mother" -mother is facing the possibility of life imprisonment.
In January 2017, 28-year-old Rachel Tunstill reached her month. Being ready to give birth, she started behaving strangely. On January 14, the British woman gave birth to a baby girl, Mia, in the bathtub of her house in Burnley, secretly from her partner. All the previous time, every time her partner asked her if she needed any help, she answered in the negative. That Saturday night, the 28-year-old was locked in the bathroom, gave birth and immediately after, cursed, she announced in a dramatic tone to her husband, that… she expelled!
The 28-year-old with her partner…
Even then, he refused to receive help from the child's father. Two days later, on January 16, she left for the hospital alone. When she arrived at the hospital secretariat, she asked for help and said she had a miscarriage while she was nine months pregnant. When she underwent the required examinations and the doctors saw her, they found that the 28-year-old had given birth to a normal child. Then the horror that was hidden behind the story that the young woman had set up was revealed.
The management of the hospital immediately called the police. The investigation revealed the tragedy. The 28-year-old had given birth to a baby girl, who would be named Mia, and killed her on the spot, using scissors that she had asked for a few days ago from her unsuspecting partner. The young woman had nailed the scissors 15 times to the body of the defenseless Mia, who came into the world to live a few minutes and to "leave" the hand of her own mother.
The first trial was held on June 17, but the 28-year-old's lawyer secured a postponement. The court today did not accept a further delay in the trial of the case, as the father's family and himself, demanded and had every right, to be redeemed, even against the 28-year-old who committed this unthinkable act.