PAIGE DOCHERTYS KILLER CLOWN

Wife of Paige Doherty’s murderer returns home to her native Poland
after standing by him during his trial as pictures emerge of him dressed
as a killer clown

  • John Leathem was jailed for life this week for the murder of Paige Doherty 
  • His wife Kasia Karbowiak, 30, stood by him and promised to clear his name
  • But she has now returned to Poland with her and Leathem’s baby daughter
  • Comes as creepy photo of Leathem wearing scary clown outfit is revealed
The wife of child killer John Leathem – who stood by him in the run up to his trial – has moved back to her native Poland.
Kasia
Karbowiak, 30, stood by her husband, frequently visiting him in jail
and insisting he would be cleared of murdering schoolgirl Paige Doherty,
15.
The
news comes as a new photo of the pair showed Leathem dressed up in a
creepy clown costume as they celebrated the Mexican Day of the Dead.
Kasia
has returned to her home village in Poland with her and Leathem’s baby
daughter Erika after her home was pelted with eggs and vandalised with
graffiti. 
A new photo of John Leathem and Kasia Karbowiak revealed Leathem dressed up in a creepy clown costume to celebrate the Mexican Day of the Dead

A new photo of John Leathem and Kasia
Karbowiak revealed Leathem dressed up in a creepy clown costume to
celebrate the Mexican Day of the Dead
John Leathem has been jailed for life for murdering schoolgirl Paige Doherty

Paige had gone into Leathem's shop when he attacked and killed her

John Leathem (pictured left)  was jailed for life for murdering schoolgirl Paige Doherty (pictured right) in March
When she was approached by a reporter on Friday she refused to say whether or not she still stands by him.
Leathem,
32, was jailed for 27 years on Wednesday after being found guilty of
knifing Paige more than 60 times at his deli in Clydebank, West
Dunbartonshire.
The murder took place on 19 March and after knifing her, Leathem dumped her body in bushes two days later.
In the
tiny village of Osno Lubuskie – near Poland’s border with Germany –
locals have rallied around former student Kasia Karbowiak.
Many
feel sorry for her, saying she’s a victim too, who only moved to
Scotland to better herself, but was forced to flee, her life ruined,
after she married a man who ended up being a killer.
One
villager said: ‘She is finding it hard to move on…she is deeply
distressed. Her life has been ruined by this, but all she’s guilty of is
marrying the wrong man.’ 

CCTV footage captured Paige's final moments as she walked towards Leathem's sandwich shop in Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire

CCTV footage captured Paige’s final moments as she walked towards Leathem’s sandwich shop in Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire
Yesterday outside the courtroom Paige's mother Pamela Munro (pictured) said the murder had left a 'huge piece missing' in her life

Yesterday outside the courtroom
Paige’s mother Pamela Munro (pictured) said the murder had left a ‘huge
piece missing’ in her life
Kasia
– who’s living with her grandparents Stanislaw and Malgorzata – cut a
lonely figure when she was spotted in the village on Friday.
Her
current austere surroundings are a far cry from the bustling city Kasia
adopted as home after moving to Scotland in 2007 to study photography
at Glasgow Metropolitan College.
A neighbour said her life had been destroyed.
Johnny Leathem pictured together with his wife Kasia Karbowiak

Johnny Leathem pictured together with his wife Kasia Karbowiak
He
said: ‘She is devastated at what has happened. The man she fell in love
with and who gave her a child turned out to be a monster.
‘It is a difficult thing, it’s very difficult to come to terms with something like that.’
The mood in the sleepy rural community of just under 4,000 people is sombre. 
Most people know Kasia and her stepmum Dorota, who works in a local corner shop.
And her father Krzysztof is well-known as a keen amateur fisherman.
A family friend, who asked not to be named, told The Sunday Post: ‘Most people here now know what has happened.
‘But it’s not something we really talk about, out of respect for Kasia.
‘She is deeply troubled and finding it very difficult to move on.’
Last month it emerged that Kasia had confidently predicted that Leathem would be cleared of all charges.
Lakhbir
Singh, the landlord of Leathem’s Delicious Deli in Clydebank, where
Paige was killed, said: ‘She kept saying it was all hearsay and that he
was going to be let off.
Leathem, 32, was jailed for 27 years on Wednesday after being found guilty of knifing Paige more than 60 times at his deli in Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire

Leathem, 32, was jailed for 27 years
on Wednesday after being found guilty of knifing Paige more than 60
times at his deli in Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire
Hundreds of people turned out for the schoolgirl's funeral after her killing shocked the Scottish town (pictured)

Hundreds of people turned out for the schoolgirl’s funeral after her killing shocked the Scottish town (pictured)
‘When
I spoke to her, she thought she was in the shop that morning. She also
thought that other staff were there so she was sure he couldn’t have
done it.’
Last month that Kasia was abused while visiting Leathem at Low Moss Prison in Glasgow.
Security
officers repeatedly had to step in to protect her after she was abused
by the relatives of other inmates while visiting him.
Paige’s
heartbroken mother Pamela Munro said: ‘There is no sentence long enough
to justify what has happened, but we can now say there is one less evil
man in this world, which then makes the world that bit safer for our
kids to grow up in.’

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