MURDER MOST FOWL

Mother, 44, finally admits she murdered her baby daughter before fleeing to Uganda in 2013 

  • Body of 20-month Sarah Dahane was found dead at home in Bicester
  • Mother Angela Whitworth flew to Kenya and then Uganda after discovery
  • Faces a life sentence after admitting to murder at the Old Bailey today 
A mother has admitted murdering her baby daughter before fleeing to Uganda.
The body of 20-month-old Sarah Dahane was found dead at Angela Whitworth’s home in Bicester, Oxfordshire, on May 16, 2013.
Sarah Dahane, above, was found dead at her home in Bicester, Oxfordshire in May 2013. Her mother fled to Kenya and then Uganda after the discovery
Angela Whitworth, above, admitted killing the 20-month-old when  she appeared at the Old Bailey on August 26. She fled to Uganda after the baby's body was discovered
Sarah
Dahane, above left, was found dead at her home in Bicester, Oxfordshire
in May 2013. Her mother, above right, fled to Kenya and then Uganda
after the discovery
On the day the little girl was discovered, Whitworth, 44, flew to Nairobi in Kenya, before travelling on to Uganda.
She was arrested on March 9 this year in a joint operation between Thames Valley Police and the Ugandan authorities.
On the day the little girl was discovered, Whitworth, 44, flew to Nairobi in Kenya, before travelling on to Uganda. Above, forensics at the scene in 2013 
On the day the little girl was discovered,
Whitworth, 44, flew to Nairobi in Kenya, before travelling on to
Uganda. Above, forensics at the scene in 2013 
Police at the scene where the body of 20-month-old Sarah Dahane was found in May 2013
Police at the scene where the body of 20-month-old Sarah Dahane was found in May 2013
Two weeks before she was detained, Thames Valley Police had offered a £10,000 reward to try and track her down.
Appearing
at the Old Bailey today from Bronzefield prison, Whitworth, wearing a
lime green T-shirt with a black pattern pleaded guilty to murdering her
daughter on May 15, 2013.
Mr Justice Saunders said she will be sentenced on October 4 when she faces a life sentence.
As
part of the appeal to find Whitworth, Sarah’s father, Nabil Dahane,
said: ‘My one and only daughter Sarah was so beautiful, lovely and
lively.
‘She loved everyone and everyone just loved her back.
‘Our time together was really happy and precious. She meant the world to me, still does and will always do regardless.’
‘Sarah’s tragic loss has had a profound impact on my life and I am still struggling to come to terms with it all.’

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