남자, 28 누가 대학생을 찔렀다, 25, 8년형을 선고받고

재규어 랜드로버 작업자, 28, 대학생 여자친구를 칼로 찔렀다, 25, to death after he ate a cannabis brownie for the first time and suffered a psychotic episode is jailed for eight years after admitting her manslaughter

  • Jake Notman, 27, has been cleared of murder after admitting manslaughter
  • He inflicted more than 30 stab wounds on Lauren Bloomer, 25, last November
  • Notman is jailed for eight years and eight months at Stafford Crown Court
  • Student recorded her own death in a 17-minute clip after Googling bad weed trip
  • A man who repeatedly stabbed, 교살, and ran over his girlfriend during a psychotic episode after eating a cannabis brownie has been jailed for eight years.

    Jake Notman, 27, admitted manslaughter of university student Lauren Bloomer, 25, after eating a cannabis brownie at their home in Bingley Avenue, Tamworth, 스 태퍼 드셔, in the early hours of Friday November 20 작년.

    Stafford Crown Court heard the 25-year-old student ‘recorded her own murderafter seeking advice on the internet about the ‘bad weed tripsuffered by Notman.

    He inflicted more than 30 stab wounds on Miss Bloomer, but denied murdering her, claiming he did not form the necessary intent due to his mental state.

    Notman, who works at the Jaguar Land Rover car factory, pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of manslaughter on Wednesdaythe sixth day of his trial at Stafford Crown Courtafter prosecutors decided to offer no further evidence on an allegation of murder.

    Jake Notman, 27, (사진) repeatedly stabbed, 교살, and ran over his girlfriend during a psychotic episode after eating a cannabis brownie has been jailed for eight years

    Jake Notman, 27, (사진) repeatedly stabbed, 교살, and ran over his girlfriend during a psychotic episode after eating a cannabis brownie has been jailed for eight years

    25-year-old university student Lauren Bloomer (위) 더 찔 렸다 30 times after seeking advice on the internet about a 'bad weed trip'

    25-year-old university student Lauren Bloomer (위) 더 찔 렸다 30 times after seeking advice on the internet about a ‘bad weed trip

    Passing sentence, Mrs Justice May accepted that Notman had carried out the killing at the couple’s home in Tamworth ‘at least in partin response to taking a small amount of cannabis in a brownie.

    The judge told Notman, who has no previous convictions, that he had killed his partner ‘in the most unexpected and frightful way’.

    The trial heard that Miss Bloomer ‘recorded her own murderon a mobile phone after seeking advice on the internet about the ‘bad weed tripsuffered by Notman.

    Opening the case last week, prosecutor Deborah Gould told jurors Miss Bloomer had activated her phone to record what was happening ‘like something out of the movie Scream’.

    Describing what could be seen or heard on the near-17-minute recording, which began when the couple were in a bedroom, Ms Gould told the court: ‘It shows the defendant as he began to attack Lauren Bloomer, at first with his bare hands.

    ‘She was just trying to care for him in this state of being disordered through cannabis.

    ‘At the start of the recording you will hear her laughing and the defendant accusing her of laughing at him.

    Notman, the jury heard, became aggressive nine minutes into the recording, around a minute before Miss Bloomer was heard saying ‘Please help meto his aunt in a call on a second phone.

    Ms Gould added: ‘Something no doubt in the defendant’s behaviour prompted Lauren to start recording on that mobile phone.

    One officer can be seen placing an item of interest into an evidence bag at the murder scene

    One officer can be seen placing an item of interest into an evidence bag at the murder scene

    ‘The audio recorded Lauren’s screams and it recorded her calls for help.

    Notman was then heard saying ‘I am going to make surebefore the sound of a revving engine was heard.

    A thud was then recorded by the victim’s phone as Notman’s Ford Kuga was being driven over her.

    피고인, who worked for Jaguar Land Rover in Solihull, was seen by neighbours as he ran over his partner’s body, and took no steps to help her before heading back into their house.

    He then dialled 999 at 1.32am, telling the operator he had ‘been told I have killed my girlfriend’.

    Notman made no comment in five police interviews, instead providing a statement suggesting the cannabis browniethe first he had ever consumedhad something in it other than cannabis.

    Forensic teams were  spotted at the victim's house collecting evidence after the early morning murder

    Forensic teams the victim’s house collecting evidence after the early morning murder

    Defence barrister Andrew Fisher QC made a brief address to the jury at the start of the trial, saying Notman had suffered an ‘extreme florid psychiatric episode in the course of which he totally lost touch with reality and became wholly delusional’.

    Explaining the Crown’s decision to offer no evidence on the count of murder, prosecution QC Ben Douglas-Jones said three psychiatrists instructed to assess Notman had decided he could not have formed the intent necessary to prove the charge.

    Mr Douglas-Jones told the court: ‘All three experts agree that on the evidence, including the recording, the defendant’s psychiatric reaction to cannabis is of such profundity that he could not discern what was real and what was not.

    ‘In particular he could not discern whether Lauren Bloomer was alive or dead, or real or not. 다시 말해, he could not discern whether or not he was with another human being.

    ‘The Crown has reviewed the evidence at a high level within the CPS and has concluded with careful reflection that it is not possible to continue with the murder charge.

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