Christopher Hotten QC and Sally Hancox Prosecute Recluse Stabbing Murder

Tue, 10 Aug 2010

'I have killed my mum': Recluse teenager stabbed his mother 80 times and then called police
A reclusive teenager stabbed his mother to death at their family home, then called emergency services saying: 'I have killed my mum', a court heard. 
 
Jamie Fort stabbed 57-year-old Patricia more than 80 times as she slept in the living room of their home in July 2008.
 
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'Reclusive" Castle Bromwich teenager stabbed mother 80 times, court told
A "reclusive" teenager stabbed his mother to death at their family home, then called emergency services saying: "I have killed my mum", a court heard.
 
Jamie Fort stabbed Patricia Fort, 57, more than 80 times in the living room of their home in July 2008 as his father and younger sister slept upstairs, Birmingham Crown Court heard.
 
Prosecutor Christopher Hotten QC told the jury Fort, who was 18 at the time, launched the "sustained assault" on his mother just after 3am on July 28, 2008, as she slept in the lounge.
 
CLICK HERE to read the full story as reported by The Birmingham Mail.
 
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