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Australia Sydney court shown video of Jessica Camilleri asking police if they can bring her decapitated mother back to life

05:06  02 december  2020
05:06  02 december  2020 Source:   abc.net.au

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A Sydney woman who is accused of murdering her mother by decapitation pleads not guilty to Jessica Camilleri claims she was acting in self-defence. She was found on the street covered in On the opening day of the trial of Jessica Camilleri , the NSW Supreme Court heard graphic "She repeatedly asked if someone could be brought back to life if the head was cut off and her mother 's

Jessica Camilleri , 27, is accused of murdering Rita, 57, by decapitation in Australia after her mum paid a medium £1,000 to oust a ‘demon’ from her daughter, the trial was told. "She repeatedly asked if someone could be brought back to life if the head was cut off and her mother 's heart restarted.

a close up of a woman wearing glasses: Jessica Camilleri is accused of murdering her mother in July last year. (Facebook) © Provided by ABC NEWS Jessica Camilleri is accused of murdering her mother in July last year. (Facebook)

A jury has been shown a confronting crime scene video of a Sydney woman who had allegedly murdered her mother asking police "do I get the death penalty?"

WARNING: This story contains graphic content that some readers may find upsetting.

Jessica Camilleri stood on the front lawn of a neighbour's St Clair home in July last year, covered in blood, speaking with officers.

The 27-year-old has pleaded not guilty to murdering Rita Camilleri by decapitation, and her lawyers are arguing mental health grounds as a partial defence.

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Jessica Camilleri , 25, is accused of stabbing her mother Rita Camilleri , 57, to death in St Clair, western Sydney on July 21 before cutting off her 'We're going through hell': Sister of woman accused of carving their mother 's head off with kitchen knives and throwing it into a neighbour's yard breaks

During the police body-worn camera footage played in the NSW Supreme Court, Ms Camilleri insists it was self-defence.

She points officers to her mother's head lying on the concrete.

"Can I ask, is my mum dead?" she asks.

"Don't think I'm insane, but you can't bring her back to life?"

Ms Camilleri says she knows "doctors can do miracles".

"That's a bit of a stretch," an officer replies.

With a spotlight shone on her floral dress, Ms Camilleri repeatedly claims her mother was abusive and that she was provoked.

The video captured a strange series of questions to police by the defendant, ranging from heaven and "the other side", to whether they had ever seen a crime this bad, and potential penalties.

"Is anything going to happen to me ... do I get the death penalty?" Ms Camilleri asks at one stage.

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A Sydney mother who was allegedly decapitated by her own daughter had been worried about her relationship with a man, chilling messages reveal. In March, Ms Camilleri messaged friend Cory Rickard-Simms on Facebook saying she was forced to call the ambulance on her daughter after she

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"We don't do the death penalty in Australia," an officer says.

"OK, so I've got nothing to worry about."

Ms Camilleri requested her family attend because "they're the only ones who can explain it properly".

"I've got a mental illness," she says.

The court was also played a triple-0 call Ms Camilleri made from her mother's phone, in which she admits to killing her mother.

"I had my mum's head in my hand, I know this sounds insane, I was taking it to show my neighbour," she says.

Ms Camilleri's sister gasped and left the courtroom in tears during the phone call.

The court has heard Ms Camilleri experienced a range of social, behavioural and learning difficulties from a young age.

A neighbour told the court Rita Camilleri, who was a sole carer, felt "let down" by psychiatrists and all support services.

The jury was told Ms Camilleri was meant to be on medication but would deliberately vomit it back up.

The trial, before Justice Helen Wilson, continues.

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