SPALDING MURDER TRIAL: Defendants planned suicide and wanted their ashes scattered together

Details of a suicide note written by a 14-year-old girl accused of two murders were today (Thursday) given to the jury at Nottingham Crown Court.
The note, found in a pink diary inside the scene of the killings, was revealed by Andrew Stubbs QC, who is representing the girl.
He told the jury that the note began: “F**k you world.”
The note continued: “I want to be cremated and I want mine and [her fellow killer]’s ashes to be scattered at our special place.
“We don’t give a f**k any more.”
The prosecution say the 14-year-old girl together with a 14-year-old boy murdered school dinner lady... read more

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