Conducteur de bus, 73, dit aux flics 'J'ai tué le b ****’ après avoir étranglé sa femme

A LONDON bus driver told the copsI killed the f***ing b****after strangling his wife to death, un tribunal entendu.

Keith Bettison, 73, has been found guilty of murdering Ildiko Bettison, 48, at their home in Chessington in October last year.

Ildiko Bettison, 48, was pronounced dead at the scene at their home in Chessington

Ildiko Bettison, 48, was pronounced dead at the scene at their home in ChessingtonCrédit: Police rencontrée
Keith Bettison, 73, has been found guilty of murdering Ildiko

Keith Bettison, 73, has been found guilty of murdering IldikoCrédit: Police rencontrée

Bettison had called the cops shortly after 1am on October 31 claiming to have killed his wife.

Jurors at the Old Bailey heard the recording of the 999 conversation where he can be heard telling the call handler: “We’ve had a fight, and I think I’ve killed her. She’s dead.

Emergency services rushed to the scene and found Ildiko unresponsive in the bedroom with facial injuries.

Despite the best efforts of paramedics, Ildiko was pronounced dead at the scene.

When officers questioned him at the house, Bettison shouted at the cops: “I killed the f***ing b****, what more do you want to know.

Bettison was arrested at the scene and was charged the same day with his wife’s murder, the Met Police said.

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On the night of the murder the couple had been drinking heavily and had been heard by neighbours arguing loudly inside their house, le tribunal a entendu.

Selon MyLondon, the couple’s 24-year-old daughter, Zsuzsika, told the court she received a phone call from her father at 1am repeatedly saying: “I’ve killed her, I’ve f***ing killed her.

She and her friend Olivia went to the house, where Bettison reportedly said he hadreached the end of his tether”.

Olivia said she found Ildiko in the bedroom in an unnatural positionwith no obvious signs of a struggle.

Ildiko’s friend had told the court how the couple’s relationship had deteriorated after Bettison quit his job in June 2020.

The friend said the arguments and alcohol abuse had escalated in the months leading up to Ildiko’s killing.

‘NEEDLESS ACT OF VIOLENCE

The court also heard how Bettison was due to be sacked from Transport for London for gross misconduct.

Detective Chief Inspector Vicky Tunstall said: “This was a needless act of extreme violence fuelled by uncontrolled anger and alcohol.

“No amount of remorse on the part of Keith Bettison will bring Ildiko back to her family.

Due to his actions their extended family has lost them both and our thoughts are with them today.”

Forensic examinations found Ildiko had died fromsustained pressure to the neck”, with bruising found on her face and upper body.

Mardi, the jury unanimously found Bettison guilty after a trial at the Old Bailey.

He was remanded in custody to appear at the same court for sentencing on a date to be set in January.

COMMENT OBTENIR DE L'AIDE:

Women’s Aid propose ces conseils aux victimes et à leurs familles:

  • Gardez toujours votre téléphone à proximité.
  • Contactez des organismes de bienfaisance pour obtenir de l'aide, y compris le service d'assistance téléphonique en direct de Women’s Aid et des services tels que SupportLine.
  • Si vous êtes en danger, appel 999.
  • Familiarisez-vous avec la solution silencieuse, signaler un abus sans parler au téléphone, composez plutôt le «55».
  • Gardez toujours de l'argent sur vous, y compris le changement pour un billet de téléphone public ou de bus.
  • Si vous pensez que votre partenaire est sur le point de vous attaquer, essayez d'aller dans une zone à faible risque de la maison - par exemple, où il y a une sortie et un accès à un téléphone.
  • Évitez la cuisine et le garage, où il y a probablement des couteaux ou d'autres armes. Évitez les pièces où vous pourriez être piégé, comme la salle de bain, ou où vous pourriez être enfermé dans une armoire ou un autre petit espace.

Si vous êtes victime de violence conjugale, SupportLine est ouvert mardi, Mercredi et jeudi de 18h à 20h le 01708 765200. Le service d'assistance par e-mail de l'organisme de bienfaisance est ouvert en semaine et le week-end pendant la crise - messageinfo@supportline.org.uk.

Women’s Aid offre un service de chat en direct – disponible tous les jours de 10h à 18h.

Vous pouvez également appeler le service d'assistance téléphonique national 24 heures sur 24 0808 2000 247.