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New Information Linked To The Man Whose Family Was Murdered Has Been Released To The Public

Durban - Graham Dickason, a South African specialist whose spouse supposedly killed their three little girls in New Zealand, is back home.

The New Zealand Herald detailed that Dickason ventured out back to SA and it is indistinct when he will make a beeline for NZ.

In September, IOL announced that Dickason's significant other, Lauren Anne Dickason, supposedly killed their three little girls, six-year-old Liané and two-year-old twins Maya and Karla. The young ladies were choked with link ties.

A media report said Lauren had been on persistent prescription yet quit taking this is on the grounds that she dreaded it would influence their movement application.

New Zealand has severe necessities and potential settlers can be turned down based on a constant sickness, or on the other hand in the event that they don't meet "a satisfactory norm of wellbeing".


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The couple moved to New Zealand after Dickason acknowledged a task at the Timaru Hospital as a muscular specialist. Lauren was likewise a clinical specialist.

A specialist companion said that the pressure joined with Lauren not taking her drug might have prompted the heartbreaking killings of the youngsters.

She has been accused of homicide and is expected back in court one week from now.

Lauren has argued not liable. Her preliminary is booked to begin in 2023.

She stays in a mental office in NZ.

As indicated by reports, Dickason has excused his better half, expressing that she was a casualty in the misfortu

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