A woman who stabbed a 13-year-old stranger to death in a park told a pagan priestess she was being "demonically attacked by an international, invisible conspiracy" months before the attack. Sheffield Crown Court has heard that Hannah Bonser, 26, stabbed teenager Casey Kearney
in Elmfield Park, in Doncaster, in February this year. Casey died later in hospital. Today, Christina Oakley-Harrington told the court how Bonser had turned up at her pagan bookshop, in central London, in September last year. Dr Oakley-Harrington, said Bonser was in terrible distress.
She was scared out of her wits by something. She said that they were after her and were going to kill her. "
The former university lecturer took her to a homeless shelter and Charing Cross police station, but was turned away by both. She accompanied her to a nearby hospital where she was sectioned. Bonser, of Doncaster, denies murdering Casey. The trial continues.
Investigation underway into Hannah Bonser's contact with a range of services prior to her random killing of schoolgirl Casey Kearney
Hannah Bonser has been jailed for life after she was found guilty of murdering schoolgirl Casey Kearney at Sheffield Crown Court
Jury hears claims a woman accused of stabbing a teenager in a Doncaster park told a charity worker that 'she'd done something silly.'