Mother of murdered sisters appears in court

PUBLISHED: 11:26 25 June 2007 | UPDATED: 12:35 04 May 2010

Rekha Kumari-Baker,

Rekha Kumari-Baker,

THE mother of two teenage sisters found dead at their Stretham home two weeks ago has appeared in court for the second time. Rekha Kumari-Baker, 39, of The Crofters, appeared at Cambridge Crown Court on June 22 accused of killing her daughters Davina Bake

THE mother of two teenage sisters found dead at their Stretham home two weeks ago has appeared in court for the second time.

Rekha Kumari-Baker, 39, of The Crofters, appeared at Cambridge Crown Court on June 22 accused of killing her daughters Davina Baker, 16 and Jasmine Baker, 13.

She spoke only to confirm her name and address and was remanded in custody until October 12.

The bodies of both girls were discovered at their mother's home just after 8am on June 13. A post mortem examination, carried out a few days later, revealed that both girls died from multiple stab wounds.


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