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Callous Foid kills ex in extreme act of Domestic Violence

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This vicious Foid will be sentenced next month but this bitch will likely get a reduce sentenced as the Foid is blaming her Sudanese Childhood and the court has heard the Foid has a good chance at rehabilition . if it was Incel an automatic life sentence and no mercy
Boyfriend killed in extreme act of domestic violence
A woman who ran over a man she had considered her boyfriend after finding him in his underwear with another woman killed him in an extreme act of domestic violence and took a minute to call for help as he lay dying in the car park, a court has heard.
Jackline Sabana Bona Musa ploughed her Toyota Kluger into 31-year-old Payman “Paul” Thagipur at a Wentworth Point unit complex in Sydney’s west on June 27, 2020.
Jackline Musa after the collision. The slippers left by a frightened neighbour who ran away can be seen in the background.

Jackline Musa after the collision. The slippers left by a frightened neighbour who ran away can be seen in the background.
The 47-year-old was found guilty of murder by a NSW Supreme Court jury in December. Musa’s trial heard she had met her victim online in late 2019 and thought of Thagipur “as her boyfriend”.
Musa, after not hearing back from Thagipur to her text messages for a week, broke the garage door of his apartment block and found him in his underwear with another woman.

In CCTV videos, Musa is seen leaving the unit and returning to her vehicle before Thagipur walks through the car park at about 8.30pm. Musa’s black Toyota Kluger – with its headlights on – accelerates and hits him, travels a number of metres, flattens a bollard and collides with a wall.
Payman “Paul” Thagipur, 31, was murdered by Musa in June 2020.

Payman “Paul” Thagipur, 31, was murdered by Musa in June 2020.CREDIT:FACEBOOK
The impact was so terrifying that a neighbour who had been helping two women in a car stuck outside the garage door ran out of her slippers and into their vehicle to get away from the scene.
Speaking at Musa’s sentence hearing on Thursday about the CCTV, Justice Richard Button said, “I don’t recall the car slowing down at all during the crucial three seconds”.
“It was noteworthy that, after the impact, Ms Musa did not rush to the deceased and seek to render him assistance.”
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The judge said it was “another example of fatal domestic violence, which is an extremely negative aspect of Australian society and that can’t be forgotten”.
Crown prosecutor Sean Hughes added: “It is an extreme case of domestic violence.”



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Jackline Sabana Bona Musa at Wentworth Point in June 2020. She pleaded not guilty to murdering Payman Thagipur and denied deliberately hitting him with her SUV.
Defence barrister Madeleine Avenell, SC, submitted that Musa had formed the intention to cause Thagipur serious harm in a matter of seconds.
“She did call triple zero,” she said. “It’s very difficult to judge the actions of someone who, whether intending to hit someone or not, gets out of the car and sees someone in the state that Mr Thagipur was.”

The defence argued at trial that Musa, who pleaded not guilty to murder and the alternative of manslaughter, did not see Thagipur before the crash and her actions were not deliberate.
Hughes said Musa had spat on Thagipur before leaving his apartment and retreated with “indignation and perhaps humiliation at what she discovered at the cessation of the relationship”.
He conceded Musa’s intention to cause Thagipur serious harm was formed in a “very short time” before the fatal act, but said a “long minute” passed before she called triple zero.
This was “in circumstances where the deceased lay there in a moribund state, gasping for air” and Musa “was responding to a crisis entirely of her own criminal doing”, Hughes said.
“There was a distinct lack of urgency,” he said. “In my respectful submission, that was plainly callous.”

The court heard Musa has post-traumatic stress disorder and a depressive disorder from her childhood and had suffered severe panic attacks in custody. She has no prior criminal record.

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Payman Thagipur, 31, died after he was hit by a vehicle at Wentworth Point in June 2020.
Button said the offender had a “terrible upbringing in a notoriously war-torn country” of South Sudan.
“Without for a moment suggesting it would excuse what happened that evening, in its totality, I tend to agree [with the defence] that her psychological injuries go some way to explaining it,” the judge said.
Avenell said Musa was “very conscious of what she’s done”.

The prosecutor said that was “simply not remorse”.
“She may be sorry now that it’s happened, but she’s never accepted responsibility for it,” he said.
Musa will be sentenced on March 10.
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I'd rather stay incel than date that
 
killed due to him cheating. Pretty brutal
 
This vicious Foid will be sentenced next month but this bitch will likely get a reduce sentenced as the Foid is blaming her Sudanese Childhood and the court has heard the Foid has a good chance at rehabilition . if it was Incel an automatic life sentence and no mercy
Boyfriend killed in extreme act of domestic violence
A woman who ran over a man she had considered her boyfriend after finding him in his underwear with another woman killed him in an extreme act of domestic violence and took a minute to call for help as he lay dying in the car park, a court has heard.
Jackline Sabana Bona Musa ploughed her Toyota Kluger into 31-year-old Payman “Paul” Thagipur at a Wentworth Point unit complex in Sydney’s west on June 27, 2020.
Jackline Musa after the collision. The slippers left by a frightened neighbour who ran away can be seen in the background.

Jackline Musa after the collision. The slippers left by a frightened neighbour who ran away can be seen in the background.
The 47-year-old was found guilty of murder by a NSW Supreme Court jury in December. Musa’s trial heard she had met her victim online in late 2019 and thought of Thagipur “as her boyfriend”.
Musa, after not hearing back from Thagipur to her text messages for a week, broke the garage door of his apartment block and found him in his underwear with another woman.

In CCTV videos, Musa is seen leaving the unit and returning to her vehicle before Thagipur walks through the car park at about 8.30pm. Musa’s black Toyota Kluger – with its headlights on – accelerates and hits him, travels a number of metres, flattens a bollard and collides with a wall.
Payman “Paul” Thagipur, 31, was murdered by Musa in June 2020.

Payman “Paul” Thagipur, 31, was murdered by Musa in June 2020.CREDIT:FACEBOOK
The impact was so terrifying that a neighbour who had been helping two women in a car stuck outside the garage door ran out of her slippers and into their vehicle to get away from the scene.
Speaking at Musa’s sentence hearing on Thursday about the CCTV, Justice Richard Button said, “I don’t recall the car slowing down at all during the crucial three seconds”.
“It was noteworthy that, after the impact, Ms Musa did not rush to the deceased and seek to render him assistance.”
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The judge said it was “another example of fatal domestic violence, which is an extremely negative aspect of Australian society and that can’t be forgotten”.
Crown prosecutor Sean Hughes added: “It is an extreme case of domestic violence.”



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CCTV of Jackline Musa before and after fatal collision

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Jackline Sabana Bona Musa at Wentworth Point in June 2020. She pleaded not guilty to murdering Payman Thagipur and denied deliberately hitting him with her SUV.
Defence barrister Madeleine Avenell, SC, submitted that Musa had formed the intention to cause Thagipur serious harm in a matter of seconds.
“She did call triple zero,” she said. “It’s very difficult to judge the actions of someone who, whether intending to hit someone or not, gets out of the car and sees someone in the state that Mr Thagipur was.”

The defence argued at trial that Musa, who pleaded not guilty to murder and the alternative of manslaughter, did not see Thagipur before the crash and her actions were not deliberate.
Hughes said Musa had spat on Thagipur before leaving his apartment and retreated with “indignation and perhaps humiliation at what she discovered at the cessation of the relationship”.
He conceded Musa’s intention to cause Thagipur serious harm was formed in a “very short time” before the fatal act, but said a “long minute” passed before she called triple zero.
This was “in circumstances where the deceased lay there in a moribund state, gasping for air” and Musa “was responding to a crisis entirely of her own criminal doing”, Hughes said.
“There was a distinct lack of urgency,” he said. “In my respectful submission, that was plainly callous.”

The court heard Musa has post-traumatic stress disorder and a depressive disorder from her childhood and had suffered severe panic attacks in custody. She has no prior criminal record.

RELATED ARTICLE​

Payman Thagipur, 31, died after he was hit by a vehicle at Wentworth Point in June 2020.
Button said the offender had a “terrible upbringing in a notoriously war-torn country” of South Sudan.
“Without for a moment suggesting it would excuse what happened that evening, in its totality, I tend to agree [with the defence] that her psychological injuries go some way to explaining it,” the judge said.
Avenell said Musa was “very conscious of what she’s done”.

The prosecutor said that was “simply not remorse”.
“She may be sorry now that it’s happened, but she’s never accepted responsibility for it,” he said.
Musa will be sentenced on March 10.
Support is available from the National Sexual Assault, Domestic and Family Violence Counselling Service at 1800 RESPECT (1800 737 732).
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Let me simplify this for everyone.

Sheboon gf kills sand nigger bf.
 
When a sheboon and a sandnigger come together, someone has to die.
 
This vicious Foid will be sentenced next month but this bitch will likely get a reduce sentenced as the Foid is blaming her Sudanese Childhood and the court has heard the Foid has a good chance at rehabilition . if it was Incel an automatic life sentence and no mercy
Boyfriend killed in extreme act of domestic violence
A woman who ran over a man she had considered her boyfriend after finding him in his underwear with another woman killed him in an extreme act of domestic violence and took a minute to call for help as he lay dying in the car park, a court has heard.
Jackline Sabana Bona Musa ploughed her Toyota Kluger into 31-year-old Payman “Paul” Thagipur at a Wentworth Point unit complex in Sydney’s west on June 27, 2020.
Jackline Musa after the collision. The slippers left by a frightened neighbour who ran away can be seen in the background.

Jackline Musa after the collision. The slippers left by a frightened neighbour who ran away can be seen in the background.
The 47-year-old was found guilty of murder by a NSW Supreme Court jury in December. Musa’s trial heard she had met her victim online in late 2019 and thought of Thagipur “as her boyfriend”.
Musa, after not hearing back from Thagipur to her text messages for a week, broke the garage door of his apartment block and found him in his underwear with another woman.

In CCTV videos, Musa is seen leaving the unit and returning to her vehicle before Thagipur walks through the car park at about 8.30pm. Musa’s black Toyota Kluger – with its headlights on – accelerates and hits him, travels a number of metres, flattens a bollard and collides with a wall.
Payman “Paul” Thagipur, 31, was murdered by Musa in June 2020.

Payman “Paul” Thagipur, 31, was murdered by Musa in June 2020.CREDIT:FACEBOOK
The impact was so terrifying that a neighbour who had been helping two women in a car stuck outside the garage door ran out of her slippers and into their vehicle to get away from the scene.
Speaking at Musa’s sentence hearing on Thursday about the CCTV, Justice Richard Button said, “I don’t recall the car slowing down at all during the crucial three seconds”.
“It was noteworthy that, after the impact, Ms Musa did not rush to the deceased and seek to render him assistance.”
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The judge said it was “another example of fatal domestic violence, which is an extremely negative aspect of Australian society and that can’t be forgotten”.
Crown prosecutor Sean Hughes added: “It is an extreme case of domestic violence.”



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CCTV of Jackline Musa before and after fatal collision

CCTV of Jackline Musa before and after fatal collision
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Jackline Sabana Bona Musa at Wentworth Point in June 2020. She pleaded not guilty to murdering Payman Thagipur and denied deliberately hitting him with her SUV.
Defence barrister Madeleine Avenell, SC, submitted that Musa had formed the intention to cause Thagipur serious harm in a matter of seconds.
“She did call triple zero,” she said. “It’s very difficult to judge the actions of someone who, whether intending to hit someone or not, gets out of the car and sees someone in the state that Mr Thagipur was.”

The defence argued at trial that Musa, who pleaded not guilty to murder and the alternative of manslaughter, did not see Thagipur before the crash and her actions were not deliberate.
Hughes said Musa had spat on Thagipur before leaving his apartment and retreated with “indignation and perhaps humiliation at what she discovered at the cessation of the relationship”.
He conceded Musa’s intention to cause Thagipur serious harm was formed in a “very short time” before the fatal act, but said a “long minute” passed before she called triple zero.
This was “in circumstances where the deceased lay there in a moribund state, gasping for air” and Musa “was responding to a crisis entirely of her own criminal doing”, Hughes said.
“There was a distinct lack of urgency,” he said. “In my respectful submission, that was plainly callous.”

The court heard Musa has post-traumatic stress disorder and a depressive disorder from her childhood and had suffered severe panic attacks in custody. She has no prior criminal record.

RELATED ARTICLE​

Payman Thagipur, 31, died after he was hit by a vehicle at Wentworth Point in June 2020.
Button said the offender had a “terrible upbringing in a notoriously war-torn country” of South Sudan.
“Without for a moment suggesting it would excuse what happened that evening, in its totality, I tend to agree [with the defence] that her psychological injuries go some way to explaining it,” the judge said.
Avenell said Musa was “very conscious of what she’s done”.

The prosecutor said that was “simply not remorse”.
“She may be sorry now that it’s happened, but she’s never accepted responsibility for it,” he said.
Musa will be sentenced on March 10.
Support is available from the National Sexual Assault, Domestic and Family Violence Counselling Service at 1800 RESPECT (1800 737 732).
The Morning Edition newsletter is our guide to the day’s most important and interesting stories, analysis and insights.
Sign up here.


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Sarah McPhee

Sarah McPhee is a court reporter with The Sydney Morning Herald.Connect via Twitter or email.

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Bus driver released on bail on dangerous driving charge over boy’s death
Charlie Teo told patient brain tumours ‘the best’ way to die, inquiry hears
Inside Out almond milk recalled after toxin found that causes serious illness
‘Engineering on steroids’: Blackwattle Bay drained for new Sydney Fish Market
Charlie Teo slapped unconscious patient across face in front of family, inquiry hears
Parents flock to private schools amid public system exodus
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fucking nigger ogre whore
 

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