“Wild” robber who beaten, gagged and “tied up” 86-year-old woman before you leave her die was imprisoned for 34 years.
Vasile Kulya was convicted of murder of Freda Walker in her Derbyshire home after he broke in search in progress for £30,000 in cash he heard that in in house.
Romanian national was also convicted of wound with intention of Mrs Walker husband88-year-old Kenneth Walker, during the robbery on January 14th.
Mr and Mrs Walker had their hands and feet tied 34-year- the old robber while he searched them home for more than three hours looking for for in cash what he never found.
cash existed, but was discovered only later during a search by the police teams, with jury hearing evidence that Mr. Walker forgot where he kept money in in home.
CCTV showed Culea first arrived at their address around 5:30 p.m., claiming to have opened their unlocked back door and then hid, only to be discovered by an elderly couple.
When Mrs. Walker opened the door to let the cat out, he made him way inside, running violent attack which the left mr walker with broken neck.
Jurors at Derby Crown Court were told that the victims suffered “frankly appalling” injuries, and that Mrs. Walker could have good chance of survive attack if she wasn’t”abandoned unaided” when Kulea fled the scene with £300 stolen from her purse.
Mrs Walker was hurt fatal brain injury and was found dead in kitchen by emergency services the day after attack.
She’s had at least two covers over her head what was tied up – a pillowcase and a garbage bag.
The police described the level of violence as “terrifying” and “disturbing”.
Culea’s verdict on On Friday, Mr. Judge Henshaw said: “You killed Freda Walker. for get because you killed her in well of promotion of your robbery.
” experience It must have been extremely traumatic. for Freda Walker and everyone of the wounds you inflicted on she would have caused her pain.
“All in all I sure Before her death, Frida would have experienced both mental and physical suffering.
Mr Walker died a few months after the incident. for causes are unrelated with in attack.