A woman who beheaded her mother in Western Sydney before asking if doctors may perhaps per chance “sew her head abet on” has been sentenced to on the least 16 years in the abet of bars.
Jessica Camilleri, 27, was chanced on guilty of the manslaughter of her mother Rita in St Clair in July 2019.
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She was on Friday sentenced to 21 years and 7 months, with a non-parole length of 16 years and two months.
Justice Helen Wilson described the attack as one of essentially the most severe cases of manslaughter, announcing the crime of unparalleled viciousness and brutality was made worse by the truth it was committed in the household dwelling.
The sentence was backdated to 20 July, 2019.
The court docket previously heard the youthful Camilleri, had struggled with psychological health issues for a few years sooner than the horrific crime.
Prosecutor Tony McCarthy mentioned the 57-twelve months-faded mother had been her daughter’s carer and was mentioned to had been “overly maintaining and defensive” of her behaviour.
Jessica Camilleri was chanced on no longer guilty of assassinate on account of her psychological impairment and was as an alternative sentenced for manslaughter.
The court docket moreover heard she had stopped taking prescribed treatment three months sooner than the incident.
Two forensic psychiatrists had suggested the trial the knife attack was introduced about by an intellectual disability and autism spectrum disorder that featured a fixation on trouble movies.
Jessica owned eight copies of The Texas Chainsaw Bloodbath and 5 of Jeepers Creepers.
In a sufferer impact assertion last month, her older sister Kristi Torrisi claimed the household had tried serving to nonetheless she had refused treatment.
“(Rita was) killed and butchered treasure she was nothing, all thanks to a fit of rage,” she suggested the NSW Supreme Court sentence listening to in February.
Jessica had previously attacked her aunt, pulled folk’s hair in public, and made a whole bunch of threatening calls to strangers.
Alternatively, her mother believed her admire may perhaps per chance supply protection to her from the field, the court docket heard.
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