Durban - The South African specialist and mother of the three little youngsters found killed at their new home in New Zealand, may have been off her constant prescription to meet the country's severe movement measures.
Lauren Dickason, a specialist from Pretoria, is charged for the killings of twins Maya and Karla, 2, and their more established sister Liane, 6, who were discovered dead in their Timaru home last Thursday by their dad, Graham Dickason, a muscular surgeon.The young ladies were purportedly choked with link ties.
Following a short court appearance in a Timaru court on Saturday, Dickason was alluded to emergency clinic for mental assessment. She is normal back in court on October 5, as indicated by Reuters.
The family had moved to New Zealand in August and had recently emerged from severe quarantine. They had just been in their new home in Timaru in the Canterbury space of New Zealand for seven days when the misfortune happened.
A neighborhood media report said that Lauren had been on ongoing drug yet quit taking this is on the grounds that she dreaded it would influence their migration application.
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