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Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Whose writing is that?

If we find the author of this note, will have into our hands the murder of twentyfive-year-old wonderful girl, newly wed, killed two years ago in Birmingham while she was six months pregnant.
Her name was Kuldeep Kaur Sidhu. She was married to Mr Baljinder, alleged to belong to a higher caste than her's, who denied to have an affair, as described in the note.
The inquirers believe the killers faked a suicide.
As matter of fact the scene was very strange, with the presence of bottles of whisky and rhum and the note written by an unknown person, selfdeclaring it was done by appointment of the same victim. Furthermore Pathologist William Lawler declared that the unhappy woman probably died from manual-strangulation.
After two years the killers are still undiscovered.

To know more details read the Fay Schlesinger's item of news on the Daily Mail on line linked below:

A pregnant newly-wed was found strangled, hanged and burned alongside a fake suicide note accusing her husband of having an affair, an inquest heard yesterday.
Kuldeep Kaur Sidhu, 25, was discovered half naked with a rope around her neck following a fire at her home in Birmingham in May 2008.
The nursery nurse's killers, who are believed to have attempted to make her murder look like suicide, have never been caught.
Birmingham Coroner's Court heard that the Sikh family of Mrs Sidhu's accountant husband Baljinder were unhappy about their marriage six months earlier because his wife was from a lower caste.

But Mr Sidhu, who denied having an affair, said the couple were happy and had been trying for a baby.
He discovered his wife was six weeks pregnant from the results of her post-mortem examination, he told the inquest.
After her death, police found a handwritten note that was addressed to 'mum and dad'.
It claimed Mrs Sidhu faced 'living hell' and had been 'mentally tortured' by her husband, then 27.
It said: 'I want to forget my husband who is having an affair with a white woman. I have seen it all with my own eyes. I can't take it any more. Today I am so upset that I do not want to live any more.'

The writer of the letter has never been traced, but handwriting experts ruled out Mr and Mrs Sidhu.
On May 14, 2008, Mrs Sidhu took her Samoyed dog Lassie for a walk before returning to her semidetached home in Quinton, west Birmingham. Neighbours spotted smoke coming from the house at about 3.30pm.
Firefighters who broke into the house found Mrs Sidhu's body at the foot of a flight of stairs, where the fire was allegedly started.

Mrs Sidhu's body was discovered following a fire at her home in Birmingham, West Midlands, in May 2008
She had been strangled before a rope was tied around her neck and attached to an upstairs banister, it was claimed.
When the fire burnt through it, her body fell, the court heard. Pathologist Dr William Lawler said: 'The most likely explanation... is that the deceased died from manual-strangulation.

Attempts were then made to simulate death from hanging before the fire was started.'

Bottles of whisky and rum had been placed in the house after Mr Sidhu left for work at 8am, the inquest heard.
When Mr Sidhu returned shortly before 7pm, he told police: 'I will get the b******s that have done this.' Sergeant Andrew Taylor told the inquest: 'He said his family were not happy with their marriage due to his wife being from a lower caste.'
In police interviews, Mr Sidhu denied having an affair and detectives found no evidence of this. He said his wife complained she was being stalked by someone on a bus, and he believed someone had been watching their house.
Enlarge Part of the written note left at the scene of Mrs Sidhu's death. Handwriting experts have ruled out her or her husband writing it
However, Detective Sergeant Andrew Houston, of West Midlands Police, told the court the circumstances of her death did not suggest a murder by strangers.
He said: 'The scene was elaborately set with Bacardi and whisky that was foreign to the house. The note was foreign to the house. There is no reason why a stranger would go in and set up such an elaborate scene.'
Mr Sidhu was arrested over the murder in October 2008, the court heard. His mother was arrested on suspicion of threats to kill in November 2007. Both were released without charge.
The inquest continues.

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