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The Australian forgotten about the love of a baby: "Just stop, Mummy"

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When a boy gave his mother almost to his mother and told her that his brother was being killed by a five-year-old brother, he was judged in a police interview.

The children, who have been detecting their favorite cartoon characters, the Ninat's Turtle Purple, Donatello, who was only nine years old, died on March 2, 2017 in the Murray River MoSa NSW.

Her mother, a 28-year-old woman from Denili, is required to name legal reasons, to kill her youngest son and prove the murder attempt of her elder.

The woman today is the judge of Wagga Wagga after pleading her week over the third day, before pleading with no guilty of two mental illnesses.

This morning, in a video game in court, the survivor baby talked about his detectives from the hospital room after the accident, and said his mother devours his brothers to a false lie on fishing.

When the boys were in the water, the mother explained to the eldest boys "put under your head," he said.

"I said" no "… and then my head fell under water (I was) afraid.

"My whole body (it was under water). My face fell."

The boy told his mother "the arm in my throat" and felt sand in the bottom sand.

"Then I started to press, they left me, but he did not," he said.

"I began to suffer as I was going on.

"(He finally released me), and then he caught my brother and did the same."

When the court heard nine-year-old boys told the police, when he returned to the bank, he looked at the river and saw his mother "I was in the blue" in the water. The boy never saw his little brother again.

Police interviewed yesterday in a courtroom, describing the woman as a terrifying moment when the boys were in the river and flooded.

On Tuesday, judge Richard Button stated that the woman was crying, "stuck her hair tightly" and "forward and forth" astonished.

In the video, the detective tells the accused after the tragedy, "he frightened them and put their babies to their mouths," because it is "wicked."

The woman said that the police had made her son the oldest, and "kept her under".

"It was horrible," he said during the interview.

"He kept his life alive for a while. I had to sit on it. I did not hold him down because he was so powerful."

In the video, the detective told the woman, at one stage, that she had heard her son: "Just stop, Mummy."

The NSW Supreme Court heard that the boys struggled in the air, eventually breaking them.

"I did not want to continue doing this," said the accused during his interview with police officers.

"So, f *** was" wrong. "

Then, when he saw the young men, he listened to chairs. In the video, he told his detective that he had a hand at the head of his five-year-old son, while the other was in the chest while he was holding it down.

He said he could say that he was feeling that he was fighting, but he did not give it up, until he stopped, the court heard it.

"I threw it and let it go away that people would find it," he said.

The intense body of the children were found in the river for two days after extensive search by the authorities.

He was accused of five-year-old son and his mug shot.
He was accused of five-year-old son and his mug shot.

In a statement issued to the court, according to news.com.au, she said that "she was killed" by the woman "death" and when they "intended to kill" the two boys "they were taken to the river.

Earlier, the judge heard that the woman was released from prison after worsening and breaking off, after months of dealing with the incident.

When he opened, Max Pincott, a prosecutor at the curfew, said that he was angry and told his mother in the town of Goornong in Victorian, and said: "You will not see anymore."

A few hours later, the accused took their children to the river and forced the underwater, they heard a trial.

A witness witnessed by Hungarians went to the river and he saw an older boy attacking a dog. He carried it and the boys said to them: "I think I'm a survivor," said the rescue in a statement. In a statement, a witness said that the boy was alive "screaming and naked (and) covered with blood."

His police interview was held in court

"I started sending my mother," said the boy in the video.

"I said" someone helped please ".

"I put my hands on the dog's face but they did not try but it was powerful."

Another man saw the woman float across the river soon. On Tuesday, the court accused him of dying.

He was nine years old because he was in the hospital for injuries that were dangerous and in the next three days, due to ventilation, aspiration pneumonia was purposed.

That night that night, the local costume owner Michael Falzon saw the woman go to the cords for her job, wet, bleeding, and weeping, about 9pm.

Mr. Pincott said the witness was throwing women's pants off his knee, and he asked me that all was well.

"He replied:" My baby drowned, "said Mr. Pincott.

"When he asked what he meant, he replied:" I had to drown my baby. ""

As Falzon said, the accused said: "I want a bullet, I was dead."

Mr. Falzon brought the woman to the police station at the request.

"He warned the police that he was approaching and shouting:" My babies are babies, "said Judge Pincott.

The court said the police said: "I killed my children … I did not want to. I'm a mom like that."

Mr Pincott said that the police were asking children, he began to lie: "I cooled them."

The court mentioned that former partner had no relationship between 2016.

A witness witnessed by Hungarians went to the river and saw the oldest boy attacked by a dog. Photo / Herald Sun
A witness witnessed by Hungarians went to the river and saw the oldest boy attacked by a dog. Photo / Herald Sun

"F ** k ** laundering ** must be shot," said the officers, the judge heard.

Defense spokesman Eric Wilson SC said his client believed he had saved his children killed them.

"He certainly kept your honor," he said.

He warned the court that he had committed crimes and believed that he was "raped, tortured … and that his children would not be witnessed … or would be killed."

"The state was mentally severely bound," said Mr. Wilson.

"He thought he was suddenly killing (worse).

"He thinks he has kept safe."

The judge said "they are absolutely brave that these actions are resolved to solve the problem."

"You know that corruption is probably not (pleasant death)," said Button.

"The boy is not sleeping with pills and sleeping asleep.

"It would be a great way to kill advertisements."

The Crown witness, Dr. Jonathon Adams, underwent an appraisal of the murderers attempted by the psychologist, that the court appeared to be a confusion of forensic personality and was subjected to allegedly corrupt beliefs.

"I believe that there is a borderline of personality disorders, persistent excessive substance disorders and likely major depressive disorders," said Dr. Adams.

"I think the intelligent situation was ruined four weeks before the alleged crime."

The court ruled that women have had a history of abusive drugs, but toxicology reports showed that there was no unlawful substance in the time of their arrest.

Dr. Adams told the patient that he had repeatedly used the drug dealer – to celebrate his birthday – for four weeks in prison and drowning his children.

He did not prescribe his antipsychotic medication, since he left prison since February, the judge told them. In court murder and attempted murder, the woman was screamed at herself: "stupid," "stupid," and "I'm going to die." Twice a while he was robbed of the robbery. Because women's mothers were taking care of the boys, they arrested the abortion order (AVO) for their daughter, who consumed alcohol or non-alcoholic drugs after 24 hours.

The court threatened the threat of "driving with him and boys in a tree" when he was interviewed by his mother in 2015. He was reported to the police at the time.

The court ruled that women abused minors, sexually and emotionally as a minor and adult, had a familiar history of schizophrenia.

Dr. Adams, seven years old, said he was "tormented" by himself in his voice. In a report, he was nine years old, at age 13, and fourteen times he tried to suicide. He said years ago that chronic abuse of substance has worsened his condition and has recently tried to stay behind bars.

The test continues.

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