What kind of malice does it take for someone to use an 82 pound rock as a murder weapon?
It was a horrific crime.
There were loud gasps of shock and horror from the public gallery as the alleged weapon used to murder the BA humanities student was produced in the court room.
It was said that magistrate’s daughter Hannah and a friend Cheslin Marsh, 22, were kidnapped after she gave him a lift home in May last year at midnight.
She had parked her blue VW Golf – a gift from her grandmother – outside his flat but as they parked a gang of four men attacked them opening both doors.
From there, they were both abducted. He was stripped naked, and forced into the trunk. She was made to drive while they threatened her with weapons.
In the video that describes events of the night, she complied with her captors, hoping that, in the end, she would eventually go free.
That false hope was a weapon they used against her.
Marsh was brought to a field where he was beaten with a brick and left for dead. One of his captors took Marsh’s clothes for himself, and was even wearing the when he was eventually arrested.
Then they went elsewhere and took turns doing the unspeakable to her, before killing her with extreme violence… crushing her skull with an 82 pound rock and stabbing her in the neck.
It was a mistake to cooperate with their captors. Each victim was made to fear for what would be done to the other one if they failed to cooperate.
Sadly, they didn’t know the truth of their situation until too late.
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