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the abduction and recent murder trial regarding victim Laura Babcock 23

Post by redpill on Wed Nov 01, 2017 5:56 pm

i'm writing this on November 1, 2017 day after Halloween

i click on news and i read about abduction and presume murder victim Laura Babcock 23

it's been going on for a week but i only heard about it now,

Laura Babcock killed for being odd woman out in love triangle, court hears

Dellen Millard, 32, of Toronto and Mark Smich, 30, of Oakville, Ont., have pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder in the death of 23-year-old Laura Babcock.

A Toronto woman who vanished five years ago was murdered — and her remains burned — for being the odd woman out in a love triangle, court heard Monday.

Crown attorney Jill Cameron laid out the prosecution’s first-degree murder case against Dellen Millard, 32, of Toronto, and Mark Smich, 30, of Oakville, Ont., in the death of 23-year-old Laura Babcock, whose body has not been found.

Cameron walked the jury through some of the evidence the prosecution will call, including text messages between Millard and his girlfriend.
https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2017/10/23/opening-arguments-set-to-begin-in-laura-babcock-murder-trial.html

what caught my interest is this

Laura Babcock 23
 killed on July 3 or 4, 2012.

Laura Babcock had intense fear of death since childhood killed on July 3 or 4, 2012.










It took an Ontario prosecutor 10 minutes to read through a lifetime of pain for Laura Babcock.

Jill Cameron walked the jury in the murder trial through the young woman's mental health records, which detailed more than a dozen visits to specialists in the year leading up to her disappearance in the summer of 2012.

"She feels no one loves or cares about her," reads a note from a psychiatrist at Toronto's St. Joseph's Health Centre on April 29, 2012.

She banged her head against the wall to relieve her "extreme anxiety," and she lived with an overwhelming fear of death since childhood, read another.

Babcock's mother, Linda, closed her eyes and bowed her head as she sat in the packed courtroom on Wednesday. Her father, Clayton, rubbed his temples and clenched his jaw.

The Crown contends Dellen Millard, 32, of Toronto, and Mark Smich, 30 of Oakville, Ont., killed Babcock and burned her body in a large incinerator because she was the odd woman out in a love triangle with Millard and his girlfriend.

They believe she was killed on July 3 or 4, 2012. Her body has not been found. Both Millard and Smich have pleaded not guilty.

Millard, who is representing himself, has said he didn't care much about his girlfriend at the time or about her feud with Babcock. Court has heard there was bad blood between the two women.

Babcock's mental health records came as an admission in court agreed upon by the prosecution and both accused.

"We had a stack of documents from Ms. Babcock's various mental health treatments at three different hospitals that she had attended as an outpatient and on one occasion as an inpatient," Justice Michael Code told the jury.

They boiled her records down to eight pages that only detail the time from August 2011 to April 2012.

Babcock lived through extreme anxiety, depression and borderline personality disorder, the records state. She purged herself. She cried all the time, and she obsessed over death.

"Her major concern is death and what would happen after she dies," reads a note from a nurse at William Osler Health Centre in Etobicoke, Ont., on Aug. 18, 2011.

The next day, Babcock told a social worker at the same hospital she has had negative thoughts since she was five years old.

"Does not want to die, but likes to see blood. Some days she believes anything is doable," reads one note from a doctor at William Osler on Sept. 15, 2011.

She would blame her parents for not understanding her. Then she'd take it back.

On Jan. 20 2012, a note from her file at a Toronto mental health hospital reads: "Long-standing history of worthlessness and emptiness."

She told a nurse on March 14, 2012 that she sometimes wished to die, but on several other occasions she told hospital staff she did not contemplate suicide.

Babcock told one psychiatrist she felt misunderstood. She accused her parents of not believing her most recent diagnosis of borderline personality disorder.

"She would sometimes state that it's not until she's dead that people would realize she had an illness," said a note from a psychiatrist on April 29, 2012.

At that, Babcock's mother breathed deeply, shaking her head.
http://www.timescolonist.com/laura-babcock-had-intense-fear-of-death-since-childhood-court-hears-1.23081239

hmmm


Laura Babcock had intense fear of death since childhood

She banged her head against the wall to relieve her "extreme anxiety," and she lived with an overwhelming fear of death since childhood, read another.


"Her major concern is death and what would happen after she dies," reads a note from a nurse at William Osler Health Centre in Etobicoke, Ont., on Aug. 18, 2011.

so i'm not alone. though as a kid i was told when you die you meet jesus in heaven. death is like going to sleep for a short time and you wake up and you are in haven with jesus, the angels, and old friends and pets who have died. it was as a teen when i was presented with the idea atheism and the idea there is no god, no jesus, no heaven, and that death is final, that my views and psychology changed. what if i get cancer, a brain anuerism, car accident, murder, cardiac arrest, or even a hammock death?

i've never been hospitalized for psychiatric disorder, i never met or knew of Laura Babcock 23 until today as i type this but wow. it's like she read my mind.

laura and i we're like soul mates. i hope laura can telepathically tells me what happens after death.

safety lesson being in a love triangle


Emily Bowen, 18 Molly Young’s viola case

Emily Bowen 18


Molly Young 17



daily uk wrote:
A teenager who was jailed over an acid attack on her love rival after pouring drain cleaner into her viola case wrote a fake letter from the victim demanding that she end her own life, it has emerged.

Emily Bowen, 18, penned the letter six weeks before she put drain cleaner, containing sulphuric acid, into Molly Young’s instrument case.

She was said to have carried out the attack after discovering her 18-year-old victim had started dating a former boyfriend.

Miss Young, who was 17 at the time and a senior pupil at Knox Academy, Haddington, suffered burns to her legs and permanent scarring when she took the viola down from a shelf and the acid poured out of the case.

Bowen, whose father is a QC, was jailed at Edinburgh Sheriff Court this week for 21 months for the “utterly wicked” incident.

The court had previously heard how the girls were both talented musicians, with Bowen playing the clarinet and Miss Young the viola in the school orchestra.
When she pleaded guilty during a hearing on June 26, the court heard that that the 18-year-old wrote the fake letter to herself and signed it with her victim’s name.

Aidan Higgins, prosecuting, said: “On November 10 last year Emily Bowen prepared a letter which appeared to come from Molly Young in which she talked of Emily Bowen to kill herself. Subsequently Emily Bowen admitted it was she who was the author of the letter.”

Sheriff Michael O’Grady referred to the letter during his sentencing on Monday, saying Bowen’s “careful and premeditated actions” in September 2016, combined with the penning of the note, cast a “very disturbing light” on her thinking.

A friend, who did not want to identified, said: “Some folk in the town had sympathy for her after the acid incident as they thought it was a spur of the moment thing, but after finding out about the letter they soon changed their minds.”

Bowen’s father is Andrew Bowen QC, and a friend of the family said the teenager wanted to follow in his footsteps and was due to study law at Aberdeen University.
sun uk wrote:
Lawyer's daughter, 18, gets jail for 'horrendous' acid attack on her school orchestra love rival
This is the barrister’s daughter who attacked her school orchestra love rival with acid after she started dating her ex-boyfriend.

Molly Young was left with permanent scarring after the acid attack. (Facebook)
Jealous Emily Bowen, 18, poured drain cleaner into fellow pupil Molly Young’s viola case in a revenge attack that has left the victim scarred for life.

A Scottish court has heard that following the attack Bowen wrote a fake letter demanding she commit suicide – and pretended the note came from her victim.

The calculating letter was written six weeks after the attack.

Talented musician Molly, also 18, suffered horrific burns to her legs when she lifted her instrument from a shelf and the liquid, which was 91 per cent sulphuric acid, splashed over her.

Molly Young was targeted by her boyfriend’s ex, who has been jailed. (Facebook)
She was left “screaming in pain” at Knox Academy in East Lothian, Scotland.

Edinburgh Sheriff Court heard Bowen looked up acid attacks online after discovering Molly was dating her ex-boyfriend.

Caging her for 21 months, Sheriff Michael O’Grady QC described her crime as “utterly wicked."


can result in being burned with sulfuric acid in your violin, or death via murder


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