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Little boy account & # 39; disruptions almost drowned by his mother and sees his brother forty five die when allegedly turned on, f & # 39; police interview played in court.
The boy, who told detectives the character of his favorite cartoon was purple ninja turtle, Donatello, was just nine & # 39; years when lived horrible timetable in Lake Murray in & # 39; Moama f & # 39; NSW, on 2 & # 39; March 2017.
Her mother, Deniliquin woman & # 39; 28 years can not be called for legal reasons, is under trial for the murder of & # 39; her youngest son and attempt & # 39; & # 39 murders; its elders.
The woman is now in the court & # 39; Wagga Wagga on the third day of his trial & # 39; two weeks after that before raising any guilt because of mental illness.
F & # 39; journal which was in court this morning, the sopravivut son talk to detectives from his hospital bed a few hours after the incident, and said his mother took the siblings in the river on the false of claim Fishing-.
Once the boys were in the water, mother instructed the eldest son who "put under the head", he said.
'I would say "no" … and then she sounds my head under water. (I was) scared & # 39 ;.
"My whole body (it was under water). My face dropped."
The boy told his mother "had her arm on the throat" and he could & # 39; feels the sand at the bottom of the river.
"Then I started laqtuha so she left me but it was not," he said.
"We begin to stand as delivered me.
"(Eventually she released me) and then she grabbed his brother and did the same thing (him)."
The court heard the child of & # 39; nine & # 39; years told police that when he made the bank looked back at the river and saw his mother "shaking his brother" in the water. The boy never saw little brother again.
In his police interview played in court yesterday, the woman described the awful moment that forced the boys to the river, and żammethom underwater.
On Tuesday, Justice Richard Button noted that the woman was listening & # 39 ;, "bizarrely plaiting her hair" and "Rocking & # 39; forward and & # 39; hereinafter" during the proceedings and skużatha so by the court while her police interviews were played.
In the video, the accused informed to detectives the day after the tragedy, it was "blackened and smoked to her baby" because one "was wrong".
The woman told police that first turned to her eldest son and "kept employed under" water.
"It was horrible", she said during the interview.
"He remained & # 39; stay alive for a while. I had to stay & # 39; at its peak. Could not keep it down because it was so loud."
In the video, the woman told detectives that in & # 39; one stage she heard one of his sons scream: "Just stop, Mummy."
The NSW Supreme Court heard the child beat the air before eventually broke free.
"I do not want to continue to do it," said the accused during his police interview.
"It was so f *** f & # 39; ' bad ".
Then għedet its tourists to the youngest child, the court heard. In the video, wailed and told detectives that had one hand on the head of & # 39; five years her son and the other on his chest, while "kept down".
She said she could feel the child being jitħabbat face, but has not surrendered to keep it unless end, the court heard & # 39 ;.
"I pushed him away and let him vacate so people find him," she said.
The lifeless body of the child was found in the river two days later after an extensive search by the authorities.
F & # 39; offered a statement to the court and seen by news.com.au, the woman said "caused the death of & # 39; her son by toqtolha" and "was (is) the intention to kill "the two boys when she ħahom the river.
Earlier, the court heard & # 39; the woman was under supervisory parole after being released from prison on aggravated sharing and enter offenses, months before the accident.
In addressing his opening, the Crown Prosecutor Max Pincott said the morning of the murder, the woman seemed angry and had asked her mother from Victoria city & # 39; Goornong and qaletha: "I will not see more . "
A few hours later, the accused took his sons to the river bank and ġiegħelhom underwater, the trial judge only.
Witness heard & # 39; screams ran to the river and saw the elderly being attacked by & # 39; bad way by a dog. He carried them & # 39; away and the boy said words to the effect of & # 39 ;: "I think I'm the only survivor," said the person ssekvata f & # 39; statement. F & # 39; statement, one witness said the surviving boy was "screaming and naked (and) covered by the blood".
In the video of his police interview played in court
"I started to say to my mother," said the boy in the video.
"Tell 'someone please help'.
"I tried my hands on the face of the dog and therefore he did not do it but it was too strong."
Another man saw the woman fell back into it after a little river. On Tuesday, the court heard the accused trying to kill himself.
Age & # 39; nine & # 39; years taken to hospital with & # 39; injuries were & # 39; threatening and spent the three days & # 39; following on a ventilator with pneumonia & # 39; aspirate attempt & # 39; drowning.
Later that night, the owner of the local home Michael Falzon saw a woman walking in the building of his work to be soaked wet, bleeding and crying, f & # 39; around 9pm.
Mr Pincott said the witness observed that the woman had stolen underpants under her knee and asked if she was so good.
"She replied:" I lost my baby ", said Mr Pincott.
"When asked x & # 39; understand, she replied:" I had to decline my baby '. "
F & # 39; statement, Mr Falzon said the accused told him: "I would just bullet, I should be dead."
Mr Falzon then took the woman to the police station on request.
"It is observed on the way to the police station that the accused was listening & # 39; and said," My Babies my babies ", said Mr Pincott to the judge.
The court heard that the woman told police: "I killed my children … I do not wanna do it. I am so ommfu."
Mr Pincott said when police asked where were her children, she became upset and screamed: "I f *** ing għerquhom."
The court heard & # 39; is then referred to a former partner who had no contact with her since 2016.
"F ** k ** t that need to be fired," said the official, the court heard.
The defense lawyer Eric Wilson SC said his client believes she was survived by her children qatilhom.
"She was keeping them safe, your honor," he said.
The court hearing was delusional and believed it was "going to be raped, tortured … and had to prevent children from watching it … or be killed themselves".
"She was suffering from seriously impaired mental state," said Mr. Wilson.
"They thought it was to kill tfaddalhom (b & # 39; hardest).
"She believes that she actually żammethom safe."
The judge said it was "strange careful with who thinks that these acts were the solution to the problem".
"Knowing that that drowned definitely not (pleasant death)," said Mr. Button.
"It's not as if the boys were pills & # 39; sleep and simply left to sleep.
"Being lost is a terrible way to die."
Crown witness Dr. Jonathon Adams, a forensic psychiatrist who assessed the accused assassin, told the court seemed to disorder & # 39; personality in the closing line and x & # 39; likely was suffering from a delusional belief in -żmien of the alleged offense.
"I think it has a personality disorder boundary, long disorder & # 39; abuse & # 39; substances and probable major depressive disorder," said Dr. Adams.
"It seemed that her mental state was deteriorating in four & # 39; weeks before the alleged offense."
The court heard that the woman had a history & # 39; drug abuse but the toxicology reports have shown that traces of & # 39; illicit substances in his system at the time of his arrest.
Dr. Adams said that his patient had told him that once used the drug ice – to celebrate għeluqha – in four & # 39; weeks between his release from prison and her child drowning.
It did not take her prescribed antipsychotic medicine since been released from prison in February, the judge was informed. In the days leading up to the alleged murder and attempted & # 39; murder, the woman appeared to be talking herself: "You stupid sl * t", "stupid b ** ch" and "I'll killed him". She also picked up shop in shop & # 39; two occasions during that time. The woman's mother, who was taking care of the boys, took order & # 39; violence (AVO) arrested her daughter to be forbidding to close within 24 hours of consuming illicit drugs or alcohol.
The court heard that the accused had threatened to "manage it and boys in & # 39; tree" during a conversation with & # 39; her mother in 2015. The incident was reported to police at & # 39; at that time.
The court heard the woman was subjected to physical abuse, sexual and emotional as a child and as an adult, and had a family history & # 39; schizophrenia.
Dr. Adams said he was "tormented" by voices in her head from age & # 39; seven. F & # 39; report, he noted that it was damaging itself since it was nine, first had overdosed at the age of & # 39; 13 years and attempted suicide a few & # 39; times. He said years & # 39; abuse & # 39; chronic substance worsened her condition and was recently proven itself ill stay behind bars.
The trial continues.