Clydebank man Neil Crilley accused of killing spouse denies he desired her to die

Clydebank man Neil Crilley accused of killing spouse denies he desired her to die

Neil Crilley denies the fees during the tall Court in Glasgow. Pic by Spindrift

A GUY on test for killing their wife said and sobbed he felt completely ashamed for being unsure of the pain sensation she was at.

Neil Crilley, 77, advertised he just realised his spouse Maureen’s agony whenever physicians had been evidence that is giving their test.

Mrs Crilley, 67, had been found lying on a broken leg to her living room floor in September 2017.

She passed away from spinal meningitis after one of many sores on the straight straight back got greatly contaminated.

The pensioner told jurors that their spouse of 39 years had a concern about hospitals and needles.

He included which he felt alone without any assistance together with to prepare, neat and wash up by himself.

Mr Crilley admitted he failed his spouse and really wants to perish as he does not have a full life worth living.

He denies the culpable homicide of their spouse at their house in Whitecrook, western Dunbartonshire.

The allegation spans between July 1 and September 2, 2017.

Between the prosecution claims are she was “immobilised” suffering from injury and infection that he knew.

It really is alleged he didn’t get “appropriate, prompt and adequate” help that is medical caused “unnecessary suffering” to his spouse.

The court heard Mr Crilley regretted retiring from BAE systems at 67-years-old during 2009.

He stated: “I worked couple of years past retirement once I might have had those years with Maureen. (المزيد…)

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