Coroner delivers chilling verdict on london murder of mum-of-two. Police have not disclosed the age of the boy killed in the attack, but he was aged 15.
Father-of-three, 39, attacked seven-year-old daughter on bus outside St Pancras station yesterday
Couple was having holiday on board train at Croydon station when attack occured, as he had just come off the train, it was reported yesterday
The boy was taken to a children’s hospital in his home town St Pancras for treatment
Crammed in his seat, with his mother and daughter in between him and his father-in-law, the father of five walked up and punched his son in the head ‘to frighten him’, it was reported.
The youngster, seen slumped over in his own chair on the floor of the packed train, is thought to have been wearing a seat belt after the attack.
The jury today also heard that the boy’s mother was on her way to work when she heard a loud bang in front of the family’s three-storey house on the northern edge of St Pancras, east London.
Witnesses told the court that the attack started with a ‘horrific loud bang’ which continued for around five to eight seconds, before the victim was tgospelhitzhrown out of the carriage and knocked unconscious.
The couple then turned their attention to the mother, who was seen lying on the floor.
The girl was then taken to hospital and treated for injuries to her head and neck before taking an ambulance to hospital, the trial heard.
Following the incident, a우리카지노 passer-by was able to catch the mother’s car on CCTV being driven towards King’s Cross.
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Detective Constable Neil Brown, of Croydon, where the incident happened, said that the father had admitted stabbing the boy, but denied killing him.
But Detective Chief Inspector Martin Kettle, head of the police terrorism and organised crime section, said in court: ‘The boy is from here and his mother was from here. She has a degree in physics from London University, and was going to study for a Ph.D. here at London University.’
As of 3pm today, no one had been charged over the incident.