A wicked witch in Ireland has been blamed for the death of a woman who was raped and left for dead on her doorstep.
Diana Hairston, 42, was arrested last week after police received a tip-off that a woman was walking along a road in the town of Drogheda, Co. Kerry, on February 18.
Police later found the woman dead from multiple stab wounds and the decapitated head of a man believed to be Hairsto, who has been described as “devilishly beautiful” by a member of her family.
“This is a sad and shocking case of murder and I have to say that I feel absolutely devastated,” said Detective Inspector David Gaffney.
“It is one of the most horrific crimes that has ever been committed in this country.”
The crime scene was littered with evidence and it is clear that she was attacked and left in the cold by the very person who was supposed to be her protector.
“Detective Inspector Gaffneys said that the case highlighted the dangers faced by people who have sex with young people, particularly young women.”
Diana, a self-confessed “devillish hare” who lived in a house with a group of “mama’s boys” in the north of the country, was convicted of the attack in 2016 and was sentenced to 15 years in prison.”
I would like to appeal to any women who have had experiences of abuse by this person to come to the police station.”
Diana, a self-confessed “devillish hare” who lived in a house with a group of “mama’s boys” in the north of the country, was convicted of the attack in 2016 and was sentenced to 15 years in prison.
She was remanded in custody until the sentencing hearing next month.
Detective Superintendent Kevin O’Brien said that detectives were “absolutely determined” to get to the bottom of the case and to bring the killer to justice.
“I can’t believe that Diana was able to do this,” he added.
“Her life has been ruined by her crimes and she is a completely vulnerable young woman.”
Diana’s family are now living in shock and are understandably terrified that she may be back to the streets.
“Anyone with information is asked to come before me and I would ask that anyone who is in contact with Diana at any time to contact me.”
Anyone with any information about the case is asked if they wish to speak to police anonymously by calling 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 1800 333 000.