Husband is convicted of sexually assaulting Wife.
Wife is terrified that Husband will kill her.
Husband allegedly threatens to dismember her.
Wife flees to Australia with their two Children.
But the Australian courts rule that England has child custody jurisdiction under the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction.
Wife returns to England with Children.
Police are summoned to intervene in domestic clashes several times.
Police give Wife a “panic alarm”.
About a year after Wife’s return, Husband allegedly drags her from a car and stabs her to death … in front of her own mother and their Children.
Just a few hours after she begged British police for protection.
While she was in the midst of trying to flee from Husband again.
Husband is convicted of murder.
He will serve at least eighteen years in confinement.