Mum accused of stabbing daughters remanded

A MOTHER who is awaiting trial for the murder of her two daughters has appeared in court. Rekha Kumari-Baker, 40, of Stretham, was remanded in custody, to a date yet to be fixed, when she appeared at Cambridge Crown Court today (Monday). She is accused of

A MOTHER who is awaiting trial for the murder of her two daughters has appeared in court.

Rekha Kumari-Baker, 40, of Stretham, was remanded in custody, to a date yet to be fixed, when she appeared at Cambridge Crown Court today (Monday).

She is accused of murdering her daughters Davina Baker, aged 16, and Jasmine Baker, aged 13, at the family home on June 13, 2007.

A post mortem showed both girls died from multiple stab wounds.


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