The two words have the 26-year-old Jessica Camilleri repeated several times, when judges and police investigators have asked to her role in the killing of her mother, Rita Frances, in the australian city of Sydney back in July 2019.
Now will soon become real. In a retshøring Friday set by the Supreme Court of the state of New South Wales date on the spectacular drabssag. It informs the australian media the Daily Telegraph.
Jessica Camilleris relationship to the hovedbehandling in november be turned and rotated over five days in court.
The young woman, who for several years has been suffering of panic disorder and other mental problems, is accused of having beaten his mother to death by assigning her the knife and cut the head of the 57-year-old woman with a kitchen knife.
Drabsofferet was found dead in his home in St. Clair in a suburb of Sydney. Mother and daughter lived at the same address.
The bloody incident occurred, according to the police, following an altercation that was so loud and caused so much concern among neighbors that they ended up with to beat the alarm to the police.
It evolved quickly to dismay, as Rita Camilleris cut head was located on a neighbor's lawn. The rest of the woman's lifeless body was found in her kitchen.
On the day worked Rita Camilleri supposedly as a babysitter for another daughter's four-year-old son, though the boy's mother had earlier been worried about her living at home sister's mental health.
In time forward toward the killing was Jessica Camilleri, however, apparently in remission. Exactly what there may be behind familiedramaet, it is not managed to unravel.
The drabssigtede woman has had the option of a reduced sentence if she pleaded guilty. But the option she has not taken to himself.
There are allocated five working days from the notification to the drabssagen. The defendants are declared suitable for general prison if she is found guilty.
Jessica Camilleris final remark, as she Friday again faced a judge, was not exactly marked by foreboding or dismay:
'Thank you, honourable judge. We'll see you!'