Life imprisonment for a woman who killed her two children in a car fire

She was a 49-year-old woman He was sentenced to life imprisonment for him The killing of his two children In a car fire. The events took place in County Westmeath, ON United kingdom.

Lynn Egger pleaded guilty in a barely audible whisper to the murders of her two children, 5-year-old Thelma Denani and 2-year-old Michael. Ejar set fire to the car in which the two children were traveling in September 2022.

The Central Criminal Court heard that the children’s mother was in the passenger seat and was taken to safety by a passerby. Keen alone He suffered “minor burns”.

father of children, michael dinani, One wrote statement to the court, which was read by Inspector Thomas Quinn. He stressed that the birth of his children was the happiest day of his life. He said Thelma’s first detention was the “scariest” moment, but he was “the happiest man in the world.”

“When Michael arrived two and a half years later, Thelma became the best big sister ever. She wanted to do everything for him. From the moment they met, they stuck together like glue: two brave and mischievous partners in crime.” Father of minors in the letter.

He also says that on the day of their deaths, he had planned to pick chestnuts after school, but “we never got to do it.” “Their father should have been there to protect them. When they needed me most, I was useless. When I left them that morning they were asleep, I didn’t get a chance to say goodbye. There is only pain and despair“, mint.

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He concludes by saying: “I never thought I would bury them… The only solace I have is that they will stay together forever.”

He apologized for the events

The children’s mother also wrote a letter which was read by her lawyer Sean Gillan SC. yearning I apologize To all the people he has hurt because of the “pain, horror and suffering” he has caused his family and his “two beautiful children”. “Looking back, there were other paths I could have and should have taken,” he wrote.

At the end of the hearing, Judge Paul McDermott He was sentenced to life imprisonment For both crimes.

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