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Murderer stabbed wife 500 times

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A man who stabbed his wife more than 500 times at their Wirral home has been jailed for life for her murder. Elaine Bailey, 39, was attacked by her husband Robert, 46, at the house in Locker Park, …
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
A man who stabbed his wife more than 500 times at their Wirral home has been jailed for life for her murder.

Elaine Bailey, 39, was attacked by her husband Robert, 46, at the house in Locker Park, Greasby, on 11 September.

Liverpool Crown Court heard she was so badly mutilated she could only be identified by her dental records.

Bailey, a bus driver, admitted murder and Judge Henry Globe QC ordered him to serve a life sentence with a minimum term of 20 years.

The court heard how Bailey used several knives and a double-pronged carving fork during the attack.

Judge Globe said Mrs Bailey, a mother-of-three, was still alive when many of her wounds were inflicted.

"The pattern of injury was particularly unusual. The pathologist is of the opinion that those stab wounds were inflicted in life. That alone is a horrifying statement," he said.

It was also revealed in court that after he had killed his wife, he went round to a neighbour's house and banged on her window with a foot-long knife.

She called police and he was arrested soon afterwards.

Bailey, who was receiving medication for depression, said he could remember little of what he had done that afternoon.
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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#2
How the hell does somebody do that - literally.

'Stabbing' someone 500 times takes one hell of a lot of time, effort and patience. Sick.
#3
That is poor evil, how can someone be so sick to another human.
banned#4
500 times? Jeez... you would have thought she'd have got arm ache before being able to get that far!
banned#5
Harsh.
#6
robtallica
How the hell does somebody do that - literally.

'Stabbing' someone 500 times takes one hell of a lot of time, effort and patience. Sick.


Exactly what I was thinking. I mean, I've never stabbed anyone, but I perform a similar motion regularly, and my left arm just gets worn out. He must've had a superhuman right arm, or been an absolute psycopath. Scares me to think how full of hate people can be.
banned#7
DangerGod
Harsh.


If there was ever a prize for an understatement, you have my vote! :p
#8
Even scarier to imagine what a human being actually looks like afterwards - with 500 individual wounds.

Must look like mincemeat :(
#9
completely sick
#10
500 times with no give or take?
#11
lyndsbowes
completely sick


+1
#12
ducking hell, that is just round the corner from my house!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#13
Kitten13
ducking hell, that is just round the corner from my house!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


whoa really? did you know the people by sight or anything?
#14
Reading the local paper, which goes into more details, it appears that this is EVEN more horrific than it first appears.

http://www.wirralglobe.co.uk/news/4104641.Life_for_man_who_stabbed_wife_more_than_500_times/

How he has not been sectioned under the mental health act i don't know
#15
robtallica
whoa really? did you know the people by sight or anything?


no idea, aint seen pics of them yet, lol
#16
500 times? but hey who's counting ... the coroner gave up after 500th stab wound.

that's a sick man.
#17
kippy
500 times? but hey who's counting ... the coroner gave up after 500th stab wound.

that's a sick man.


+1
#18
How worrying that someone with that mental state was walking around and perhaps even driving a bus, I hope that she didn't suffer too long but it scares me that any human is capable of this when suffring from a mental illness.
#19
My friend knew this poor woman. Rumour has it, he pretty much beheaded her aswell. :x

After what he'd done, he ran around to his neighbours & locked himself in there. He was absolutely covered in blood & holding a huge knife.

The saddest thing is, they have 2 children (I think 2 or maybe 3) who were at school at the time. Nobody was there to pick them up as it was the woman who would always do it. The kids now have no mum & a dad who's a complete psychopath who they'll probably never see again. :x
#20
beatrixkiddo79
My friend knew this poor woman. Rumour has it, he pretty much beheaded her aswell. :x

After what he'd done, he ran around to his neighbours & locked himself in there. He was absolutely covered in blood & holding a huge knife.

The saddest thing is, they have 2 children (I think 2 or maybe 3) who were at school at the time. Nobody was there to pick them up as it was the woman who would always do it. The kids now have no mum & a dad who's a complete psychopath who they'll probably never see again. :x


OMG......that's awful.....is the neighbours going to help the kids out?

I hope the Dad gets battered every day in prison for his psycho crimes. :x
#21
beatrixkiddo79
My friend knew this poor woman. Rumour has it, he pretty much beheaded her aswell. :x

After what he'd done, he ran around to his neighbours & locked himself in there. He was absolutely covered in blood & holding a huge knife.

The saddest thing is, they have 2 children (I think 2 or maybe 3) who were at school at the time. Nobody was there to pick them up as it was the woman who would always do it. The kids now have no mum & a dad who's a complete psychopath who they'll probably never see again. :x


Yeah I had something similar to that. I worked at a house way back in 2000, several weeks later the husband knifed his wife to death in the kitchen. He then went and changed clothes and went to work as if it was normal.

She made it to the phone and called her mum but couldn't speak - so eventually her mum who was worried went round to the house and had the unpleasant experience of seeing her daughter laying in the kitchen stabbed to death - via a patio window on the rear of the house:(

They were/are a Jewish family, had 2 sons who were probably 6 or 7 at the time. They both now live with the ladies sister>>their auntie. Husband always professed his innocence but forensics did for him and he's doing life.

A family completely destroyed. I spoke to her parents a while back about it - they both said they never really liked or trusted the guy. Goes to prove again most killers know their victims very well.
#22
realfriendlyman
I hope the Dad gets battered every day in prison for his psycho crimes. :x


Nothing good to come from that, learning his reasoning to "why" he did it is key here... to "help" avoid future "out brakes" from happening in other families. It's possible he got into the state of mind of "berserk"; hence he lost total control. Yes while you're reading this you might be pee'ed off that I’m somewhat supporting his actions, that is not the case... (I’m thinking of beatrixkiddo79 here, beg your pardon if I’ve upset you). There’s never a none motive, everything happens for a reason. Although many things such as this tends to happen be hide close doors anyhow, so there’s only so much that can be done to avoid.
I haven’t read into the story so what I say isn’t related to the story it’s self. I’ve been ignorant on the story it’s self but not the bigger picture.
#23
beatrixkiddo79
My friend knew this poor woman. Rumour has it, he pretty much beheaded her aswell. :x

After what he'd done, he ran around to his neighbours & locked himself in there. He was absolutely covered in blood & holding a huge knife.

The saddest thing is, they have 2 children (I think 2 or maybe 3) who were at school at the time. Nobody was there to pick them up as it was the woman who would always do it. The kids now have no mum & a dad who's a complete psychopath who they'll probably never see again. :x





they had 3 kids , one with downs syndrome.

god help them growing up and coping with this.
#24
quackstar84
Nothing good to come from that, learning his reasoning to "why" he did it is key here... to "help" avoid future "out brakes" from happening in other families. It's possible he got into the state of mind of "berserk"; hence he lost total control. Yes while you're reading this you might be pee'ed off that I’m somewhat supporting his actions, that is not the case... (I’m thinking of beatrixkiddo79 here, beg your pardon if I’ve upset you). There’s never a none motive, everything happens for a reason. Although many things such as this tends to happen be hide close doors anyhow, so there’s only so much that can be done to avoid.
I haven’t read into the story so what I say isn’t related to the story it’s self. I’ve been ignorant on the story it’s self but not the bigger picture.


I know what you mean but as I said earlier...if people are so unhappy that it literally drives them crazy, then why continue?
I know I'll never be able to comprehend how he felt but as someone that used to get beaten very badly as a kid and was kicked out at the age of 8 because I looked like my dad, I hated my mum and clashed with her many times throughout my teenage years, to the point where I was getting worried for how much longer I'd be able to handle it and what I would do.....and do you know what I did?

I left, I went elsewhere....I don't see why he couldn't find different living arrangements to the point where he didn't care about leaving his kids behind without either parents and being in prison for the rest of his life.....nothing is worth that.

The time apart has really improved my relationship with my mum and even though we do have our differences, it's not half as strained as it used to be and we can show we care for each other. :thumbsup:

For example, I'm taking my family out for a plush meal out before I say goodbye to them. :)
#25
realfriendlyman
I know what you mean but as I said earlier...if people are so unhappy that it literally drives them crazy, then why continue?
I know I'll never be able to comprehend how he felt but as someone that used to get beaten very badly as a kid and was kicked out at the age of 8 because I looked like my dad, I hated my mum and clashed with her many times throughout my teenage years, to the point where I was getting worried for how much longer I'd be able to handle it and what I would do.....and do you know what I did?

I left, I went elsewhere....I don't see why he couldn't find different living arrangements to the point where he didn't care about leaving his kids behind without either parents and being in prison for the rest of his life.....nothing is worth that.

The time apart has really improved my relationship with my mum and even though we do have our differences, it's not half as strained as it used to be and we can show we care for each other. :thumbsup:

For example, I'm taking my family out for a plush meal out before I say goodbye to them. :)


I have been depressed in the past for many years, when you’re depressed you aren’t aware of it (I wasn’t myself) you made the correct strong choice; you move away from the area of what was coursing you pain, and draining your energy (If you were to be around your mother, you might feel very tired quite soon). You were able to make this choice due to your personality. I’m not aware how this effected your self esteem but when a person’s self esteem passes a low level, they become to believe what the bully/****/****** is saying and start to be the bully themselves, they might bully others, or even themselves... for me I was lucky because I took it out on myself. When you get to this stage you can not more out of the “area” because you are your own worse enemy, you’re more likely to want to stay around the person who hammered your self esteem because they are the only person you can sincerely trust (if anyone was to say they were wrong, you might not believe them... unless you were talking to a pro) because they are on the same wave length as you, because they dragged you down to theirs.

I believe he when berserk because his mind and body could no longer take the emotions he were bottling up (I say him, but all this time I’ve been talking about myself). So he just released years of pain within a matter of seconds or minutes. At this stage people also have the choice of taking their own life.

I totally understand where you’re coming from. You’re speaking of logic though, not emotions.
You could use your bad expiences to make sure you love and take care of your family more than any other mother/wife would... so in the long-term it has benefitted you, just as my past as done for me.

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