The lady who stabbed good samaritan Dusty Rose to demise in a West Australian caravan park has been sentenced to life in jail with a minimal of 16 years.
Virtually a 12 months after Rose’s demise in August 2021, Supreme Courtroom Justice Bruno Fiannaca described the assault as a mindless act of violence slicing quick the lifetime of a younger lady who had a lot to stay for.
Fiannaca mentioned there was nothing to point her assassin Antoinette Aleisha Winmar felt any regret. It was not a totally spontaneous assault, and Winmar was nicely conscious of what she was doing throughout her rage.
“A case like this highlights how fragile life may be,” he informed the court docket, and mentioned it confirmed how one act of violence might change the whole lot.
The assault occurred simply hours after Rose arrived on the caravan park about half-hour north-east from Perth, and all as a result of she tried to assist calm an argument.
State prosecutor Fiona Clare informed the court docket earlier this week that on the evening of the assault, Winmar had been arguing with a 51-year-old man at unit 231 within the caravan park.
Winmar was about 4 months pregnant on the time and claimed the person was the daddy.
In a press release he later gave to police, the person mentioned he had informed Winmar he needed to take a paternity take a look at and believed that is what made her livid, however she was already agitated and spiralling and had additionally been consuming.