Adelaide woman buried alive in act of revenge, court hears


Adelaide woman buried alive in act of revenge, court hears

ADELAIDE - An Adelaide man rejected by his former girlfriend bound her with tape and cable ties before burying her alive in an act of revenge, a court has been told.

Tarikjot Singh, 22, pleaded guilty to the murder of 21-year-old nursing student Jasmeen Kaur.

In sentencing submissions in the South Australian supreme court on Wednesday, prosecutor Carman Matteo SC said Singh had killed the woman as an act of vengeance or revenge after being rejected.

She said he had planned the killing before abducting her from her workplace in March 2021.

Kaur’s body was found buried in a shallow grave at Moralana Creek in SA’s mid-north.

She was found with her hands bound behind her back with a cable tie and with her feet taped and cable-tied together.

There was evidence that she had been buried alive, the court was told.

Singh had been due to stand trial this year but pleaded guilty at his arraignment in February.

He faces a mandatory life sentence with the court to impose a non-parole period next month.


Source: theguardian
Photo: Jasmeen Kaur’s body was found buried at Moralana Creek in mid-north South Australia. Photograph: Kaur family/AAP

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