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Australia Murder victim's family hope Wendie-Sue Dent is never released for prison

10:39  21 august  2020
10:39  21 august  2020 Source:   abc.net.au

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Key points Wendie - Sue Dent has pleaded not guilty to the murder of David Lawrence Prosecutors allege she sought to inherit the victim ' s 0,000 estate A short time later in the video, police informed Ms Dent that she was the only suspect in the

Wendie - Sue Dent was convicted of murdering her partner by giving him a fatal dose of her own medication, including morphine. She claims the jury verdict was "unsafe and unsatisfactory". The Supreme Court jury took six hours to reach its verdict in April.

a woman sitting in front of a building: Wendie-Sue Dent was labelled © Provided by ABC NEWS Wendie-Sue Dent was labelled "evil and "heartless" by her victim's family in court. (Supplied: Supreme Court of South Australia)

The family of murdered South Australian man David Lawrence has told convicted killer Wendie-Sue Dent she is "evil" and "heartless" for taking their brother's life to inherit his estate.

The 62-year-old New South Wales woman was found guilty of murder in April for giving David Lawrence a fatal dose of her own medication at his Adelaide home on his birthday weekend in 2015.

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The victim's younger brother, Phillip Lawrence, delivered an emotional victim impact statement on behalf of his family in the South Australian Supreme Court on Friday.

Speaking directly to Dent as she stared blankly into the courtroom, Mr Lawrence said she had shown no empathy or remorse for her actions.

"It takes no effort for us to hate you. We will never forgive you, never. You do not deserve that."

"You knew what you were doing. You planned David's death. You murdered him over several days only so you could get his life savings."

"Your life is a waste. While you remain in jail, the world will go on without you, happy in the comfort that you are locked away in a meaningless existence." Mr Lawrence said.

Refusing to say her name, Mr Lawrence went on to say that Dent had remained in his brother's home for more than a year after he was murdered.

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"This person who murdered David would have spent his life savings on frivolous things for herself like shopping, gambling, drugs, alcohol, taxi fares and legal fees."

"We take some limited comfort that our efforts have helped stop her," he said.

Mr Lawrence became vulnerable following partner's death

The Lawrence siblings described the victim as a kind man who would do anything to help his friends.

"He was loved by us all, he will be so sadly missed. His friends loved him; he would never let anyone down, always there to help regardless of the effort it might take."

"To ask David for advice would nearly always end up with him volunteering to do the work. He loved helping his family, he loved helping people."

Mr Lawrence had been left devastated after his partner of 33 years died in 2011.

His family said he was known for his kindness but was lonely and vulnerable following his partner's death.

His sister, Tracy Lawrence, spoke outside court and said her brother was too generous and had been an easy target for Dent.

"I couldn't describe her, she's just lower than the lowest form of life, she's just low, we don't want to see her released ever." Ms Lawrence said.

The defence argued that Dent had been in a drug-induced fog at the time of the murder and provided Justice Tim Stanley with a psychological report about her drug addiction and traumatic past.

But the prosecution argued there was no evidence at the time that Dent had been suffering from self-induced intoxication.

The prosecution asked Justice Stanley to consider a sentence well above the 20-year minimum.

Wendie-Sue Dent will be sentenced in September.

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