OUTRAGE as Mikaeel Kular’s killer mum jailed for 11 years


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The story of young Mikaeel Kular the kid murdered by his Mother ended today when she plead guilty, she was given 11 years and could be out in as little as 4 years from now. Edinburgh and it’s people are going crazy over this news. It has came out in the last hour or so. She saved the family of sitting through a Murder Trial but at the same time 11 years for taking the life of a child is unjust and there will appeals by the Prosecutor of Edinburgh to get a tougher sentence. Here are a few blogs to jog the memory https://acenewsdesk.wordpress.com/?s=Mikaeel+Kular

Rosdeep Adekoya, 34, who last month admitted killing her three-year-old son Mikaeel Kular, has been jailed for 11 years at the High Court in Edinburgh.

She lost her temper and killed the toddler after he was repeatedly sick following a family day out at a Nando’s restaurant in January. After discovering his body on the floor of their Edinburgh home, she wrapped it in a duvet cover, concealed it in the suitcase and drove 25 miles to Fife to hide it in woodland. A major search was launched for the youngster after she called 999 and reported him missing in an effort to conceal the crime. She finally broke down and admitted to police: “It was an accident and I panicked.” Adekoya was charged with Mikaeel’s murder but pleaded guilty to the reduced charge of culpable homicide at the High Court in Edinburgh, where she is due to be sentenced today. She admitted a separate charge of attempting to defeat the ends of justice by pretending to police he had gone missing.

The court heard Adekoya’s internet history showed searches including “I find it hard to love my son”, “Why am I so aggressive with my son” and “Get rid of bruises”. Mikaeel died on the night of Tuesday January 14 from injuries inflicted the previous Sunday following the restaurant outing. He was smacked and struck on the body and head with a clenched fist after vomiting repeatedly. Adekoya, a prisoner at Cornton Vale prison, Stirling, dragged him to the shower by his arms and “beat him heavily” on his back as he lay over the bath edge, causing internal damage. He was kept off nursery as his condition deteriorated and by Tuesday night he was “listless”.

Mikaeel Kular with his alleged killer and Mother Rosdeep Adekoya

Mikaeel Kular and his killer and Mother Rosdeep Adekoya

Advocate depute Alex Prentice told the court: “He would have been in significant pain but was put to bed. “The pain would have increased significantly while Mikaeel became dangerously ill … finally dying as a result of the injuries inflicted upon him by the accused. “It was during that night that he died.” Adekoya put her son’s body in a suitcase which she carried to the boot of her car, before taking his twin sister to nursery. She left the suitcase in woodland behind her sister’s house in Dunvegan Avenue, Kirkcaldy, covering it with branches.

THE MOMENT A CITY CRIED 

Inconsistencies began to appear in her account of events to police after she reported her son missing on Thursday morning and she eventually broke down and took them to his body. The final cause of Mikaeel’s death was found to be “blunt force abdominal trauma” and the court heard he had more than 40 separate injuries to his body. Defence QC Brian McConnachie told the court: “Rosdeep Adekoya is not a monster.” “It appears from every source … that this has been a brief period when this young woman has lost her temper and behaved in a way which is totally out of character for her.”

John Dunn, Procurator Fiscal for the East of Scotland, said: “There can be few crimes more shocking than a parent killing their child. “From the outset of the case, and working closely with the Police, the Crown has led an extremely thorough investigation in to the circumstances surrounding Mikaeel’s death. “All of the facts and circumstances of the case were carefully considered by Crown Counsel. “Having considered all the evidence in the case, including that of expert pathologists, Crown Counsel concluded that pleas of guilty to charges of culpable homicide and attempting to defeat the ends of justice were appropriate.” An independent significant case review is to be held after it emerged social services had stopped monitoring the family weeks before Mikaeel’s death.

Mikaeel Murderer Accused Rosdeep Adekoya In Court Today


Mikaeel Kular with his alleged killer and Mother Rosdeep Adekoya

Mikaeel Kular with his alleged killer and Mother Rosdeep Adekoya

A story I covered since day one, many of you around the World have asked me to keep you up to date, so here it is, I will follow this case on AceNews and report live from the High Court in Edinburgh from time to time also. This is a case that devastated my area of the World, the kids lived 5 miles to my East where I used to live, the poor kid’s body was found 6 mile North of me over the Forth Road Bridge. This is something we all felt, my two son’s helped search the woods and seafront with their friends. Tragic event that moved my whole side of town. She is still innocent, but we want to accuse first, facts are, I live in the area, I know the family and some friends, we are all fairly sure she did it. Pleading not Guilty is obvious and will make Lawyers, court staff and a Judge a pile of money, pity it is that way, puts the  family through it all again and they will have to sit through some horrible viewing and what they hear

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A mother accused of murdering her three-year-old son will appear in court again today. Rosdeep Adekoya, 34, is charged with assaulting Mikaeel Kular at her Edinburgh home in January and hiding his body in woodland in Fife.

It is alleged she attempted to defeat the ends of justice by pretending to police he had gone missing, sparking a major search by the emergency services and members of the public. Adekoya appeared at the High Court in Edinburgh on July 8 when judge Lord Boyd continued the case until today at the request of prosecutors and her defence counsel Brian McConnachie.

She will return to the court for a preliminary hearing today.