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    Dismantling the mental health care system & privatising care agencies is still going well then.

    & jfc, if her carer's aren't family members, & they were actually paid to provide support for her, they probably just lost their careers for breaching client privacy on an international level

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    from late last year

    https://www.theage.com.au/national/v...19-p50gxk.html

    A young woman accused of murdering an Indian student she met on a dating app is set to contest her case on mental-health grounds but has yet to be assessed by a forensic psychiatrist.

    Jamie Lee Dolheguy, 19, sat quietly with her head down as she appeared before Melbourne Magistrates Court on Monday, via a video link from custody, charged over the death of Maulin Rathod in July.

    Police allege Ms Dolheguy attacked Mr Rathod at her Sunbury home on July 23. The 25-year-old died in hospital the next day.

    The teenager was charged with attempted murder, intentionally causing serious injury and recklessly causing serious injury after her arrest, and a charge of murder was added later.

    Magistrate Charlie Rozencwajg on Monday asked if the lesser charges should be struck out, but was told prosecutors wanted to retain them until they saw a pending report from a pathologist.

    Ms Dolheguy will next year face a hearing that will determine whether she faces trial, and her lawyers will argue either she was mentally impaired at the time of the alleged attack, or was now unfit to stand trial.

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    How the fuck has she not been assessed yet? There's not going to be any justice for her victim or his family. She never should've been in a position to commit this crime in the first place & the people responsible for allowing it will never have to answer for their actions

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    https://au.news.yahoo.com/woman-19-a...044040038.html

    A young Melbourne woman who allegedly choked a man to death after meeting him on a dating app had a long history of self-harm and mental health problems, a court has been told.

    Jamie Lee Dolheguy, 19, is accused of murdering Maulin Rathod, 24, on July 24 last year at Sunshine, in Melbourne’s west, after meeting on the dating app Plenty of Fish.

    The petite teenager appeared in Melbourne Magistrates Court on Tuesday for a committal hearing, which will determine if the matter goes to trial.

    The court was told Dolheguy was initially suspected of choking her victim with a USB cable.
    Forensic pathologist Noel Woodford said Mr Rathod died from a global cerebral hypoxic-ischemic brain injury – brain damage secondary to a lack of oxygen or blood supply.

    He said this likely occurred due to compression of the neck, although Mr Rathod did not have ligature marks.

    Dr Woodford added there did not appear to be evidence of sexual activity or intercourse.

    The court was also told that before the alleged murder, Dolheguy was under the care of Jesuit Social Services, which organised care staff to spend day or overnight shifts offering her support.

    Dolheguy’s lawyers previously flagged they would argue she was either mentally impaired or unfit to plead.

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    Why was she allowed on a dating site? No internet supervision?

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    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-12-...athod/11806410

    A Melbourne woman who met a man using an online dating app, invited him over for sex and then strangled him in bed has been found guilty of manslaughter.
    Key points:

    Maulin Rathod, 24, died after being strangled at a home in Sunbury in July 2018
    He had messaged Jamie Lee Dolheguy on an online dating app and they met for sex
    The defence argued Dolheguy was so damaged that the jury could not be satisfied she had "murderous intent"

    Jamie Lee Dolheguy was charged with murder over the death of Indian student Maulin Rathod at a Sunbury house in July 2018.

    But a Supreme Court jury instead found she was guilty of manslaughter.

    It was never disputed that Dolheguy killed Mr Rathod but her barrister questioned whether she had "murderous intent".

    She was 18 when she met her victim via the online dating app Plenty of Fish and they exchanged brief messages before agreeing to meet up.

    Her online profile indicated she was dating for the first time, had borderline personality disorder, suicidal ideation and extreme fetishes, including bondage.

    "We'll do whatever you want," Mr Rathod told Dolheguy via text before he drove over to her house.

    While Mr Rathod, 24, was on his way, the teenager went online and searched "I'm going to kill someone tonight for fun" and "I will kill someone tonight, I want to commit murder".

    At the beginning of the trial, the jury was told Dolheguy discussed choke play with her victim.

    She then choked him before wrapping a cable around his neck and strangling him, the court was told.

    The killer immediately phoned police and confessed.

    "He came, he didn't seem scared. I strangled him," she told a police officer.

    "He's on my bed. It feels so good.

    "I don't want to be a killer."

    Her lawyer told jurors Dolheguy had a difficult upbringing and had experienced extreme abuse that forced her into care from the age of 10.

    She has a personality disorder and history of self-harm and suicide attempts.

    From the age of 14 she lived with full-time carers but that provision was removed when she turned 18 and she lived alone.

    "Ms Dolheguy was so damaged, and her mind was in such chaos that you couldn't be satisfied she had murderous intent," defence barrister Sharon Lacy said.

    Her mind was "a torrent of terrifying thoughts and emotions'', Ms Lacy said.

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    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...t-history.html

    But Dolheguy was no ordinary victim of child abuse.

    She herself claimed she was possessed by a demon.

    A source told Daily Mail Australia he watched a teenage Dohleguy transform into a wolf right before his eyes.

    In those days, one of the best clinical minds in Australia would claim Dolheguy was 'one of most psychologically damaged he’d ever assessed’.

    Her carers would not argue the point.

    'One moment she appeared happy and was smiling, the next she was going ballistic - snarling and growling like a wolf and biting people,' a source said. 'It is one of the scariest things I have ever seen. It's like she was possessed.'

    Like many an adult killer, Dolheguy began her criminal career as a youngster and spent long periods in juvenile detention.

    Her carers would later argue she should never have been released.
    No longer under the full-time watch of her minders, the teenager was free to do as she pleased.

    Dolheguy would tell anyone who would listen that she was dangerous.

    It angered her that no-one took her seriously.

    In the months leading up to the killing, she took to social media to let everyone know what was going through her warped mind.

    'Sometimes when no one is looking my demon comes out to play I try and fight her but she just gets stronger,' she posted on Instagram.

    'My demon is sneaky and she won’t ever let anyone stop her because if they do she will hurt them even if I tell her to stop she doesn’t care.

    'So it’s ok I will be gone soon and no one will need to worry I’m done with life I’m done with all this pain and (misery) it soon will be my time and my demon will win so don’t bother (saving) me because you can’t no one can I was gone long ago I’m broken and will never be fixed.'

    Dolheguy's barrister Sharon Lacy had told the jury her client had been at 'war within herself'.

    Her Instagram posts, which were not revealed to the jury, showed the conflict within her mind - one minute a violent outburst, the next as soft as a kitten.

    'When I was a little girl I had a heart that was soft I always forgave and had no fear I trusted people I loved people but it was never gonna last long,' she wrote.

    In another post: 'I had I (a) soft heart and trusted people well now I don’t I live in fear afraid of what’s behind the corner my heart is black I no longer feel the emotions of happiness unless I see someone else suffer.'

    In her own words, she described her torment at the hands of her mother after her father was jailed for a violent domestic assault.

    'To all the parents out there who assault your children please think about what your doing as children sometimes what we see can never be unseen we brake easy we fall hard and sometimes we never get back,' Dolheguy posted.
    Dolheguy would mutilate herself and put batteries into her body.

    She endured more than 100 operations to remove foreign bodies.

    Dr McCarthy said she would self harm to elicit a 'care response'.

    While Dr McCarthy was called on behalf of prosecutors, Dolheguy's own defence called in the opinion of forensic psychiatrist Dr Andrew Carroll.

    Ms Lacy had told the jury her client explained to police she was mentally unstable on the night of the alleged murder.

    'One side of me wants to go bomb the planet, the other side of me wants to go and swim with my support workers,' Dolheguy told police. 'Yeah, and they fight 24/7, but it's me, it's me fighting with me, it's like a war zone with myself.'

    While Dolheguy claimed to be a psychopath, Dr Carroll told the jury he did not believe she suffered from psychosis 'in any way'.

    Psychosis by definition is 'a severe mental disorder in which thought and emotions are so impaired that contact is lost with external reality'.

    Dr Carroll told the jury Dolheguy knew what she was doing was wrong when she killed Mr Rathod.

    He said Dolheguy could experience extreme levels of anger over trivial matters.

    'Not just anger, heightened levels of arousal,' he said. 'Pathological rage ... it's a notch above anger.'

    Remarkably, the prosecution did not call a psychiatric expert of its own.

    Those that brought the case against Dolheguy were at pains to explain to the jury that she was not insane.

    Usually someone as outwardly mentally ill as Dolheguy might face a 'fit to stand trial' hearing, where doctors discuss whether or not the accused should even face a criminal trial.

    There was no such hearing for Dolheguy, despite evidence indicating she was not quite right.

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    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...t-history.html

    But Dolheguy was no ordinary victim of child abuse.

    She herself claimed she was possessed by a demon.

    A source told Daily Mail Australia he watched a teenage Dohleguy transform into a wolf right before his eyes.

    In those days, one of the best clinical minds in Australia would claim Dolheguy was 'one of most psychologically damaged he?d ever assessed?.

    Her carers would not argue the point.

    'One moment she appeared happy and was smiling, the next she was going ballistic - snarling and growling like a wolf and biting people,' a source said. 'It is one of the scariest things I have ever seen. It's like she was possessed.'

    Like many an adult killer, Dolheguy began her criminal career as a youngster and spent long periods in juvenile detention.

    Her carers would later argue she should never have been released.
    No longer under the full-time watch of her minders, the teenager was free to do as she pleased.

    Dolheguy would tell anyone who would listen that she was dangerous.

    It angered her that no-one took her seriously.

    In the months leading up to the killing, she took to social media to let everyone know what was going through her warped mind.

    'Sometimes when no one is looking my demon comes out to play I try and fight her but she just gets stronger,' she posted on Instagram.

    'My demon is sneaky and she won?t ever let anyone stop her because if they do she will hurt them even if I tell her to stop she doesn?t care.

    'So it?s ok I will be gone soon and no one will need to worry I?m done with life I?m done with all this pain and (misery) it soon will be my time and my demon will win so don?t bother (saving) me because you can?t no one can I was gone long ago I?m broken and will never be fixed.'

    Dolheguy's barrister Sharon Lacy had told the jury her client had been at 'war within herself'.

    Her Instagram posts, which were not revealed to the jury, showed the conflict within her mind - one minute a violent outburst, the next as soft as a kitten.

    'When I was a little girl I had a heart that was soft I always forgave and had no fear I trusted people I loved people but it was never gonna last long,' she wrote.

    In another post: 'I had I (a) soft heart and trusted people well now I don?t I live in fear afraid of what?s behind the corner my heart is black I no longer feel the emotions of happiness unless I see someone else suffer.'

    In her own words, she described her torment at the hands of her mother after her father was jailed for a violent domestic assault.

    'To all the parents out there who assault your children please think about what your doing as children sometimes what we see can never be unseen we brake easy we fall hard and sometimes we never get back,' Dolheguy posted.
    Dolheguy would mutilate herself and put batteries into her body.

    She endured more than 100 operations to remove foreign bodies.

    Dr McCarthy said she would self harm to elicit a 'care response'.

    While Dr McCarthy was called on behalf of prosecutors, Dolheguy's own defence called in the opinion of forensic psychiatrist Dr Andrew Carroll.

    Ms Lacy had told the jury her client explained to police she was mentally unstable on the night of the alleged murder.

    'One side of me wants to go bomb the planet, the other side of me wants to go and swim with my support workers,' Dolheguy told police. 'Yeah, and they fight 24/7, but it's me, it's me fighting with me, it's like a war zone with myself.'

    While Dolheguy claimed to be a psychopath, Dr Carroll told the jury he did not believe she suffered from psychosis 'in any way'.

    Psychosis by definition is 'a severe mental disorder in which thought and emotions are so impaired that contact is lost with external reality'.

    Dr Carroll told the jury Dolheguy knew what she was doing was wrong when she killed Mr Rathod.

    He said Dolheguy could experience extreme levels of anger over trivial matters.

    'Not just anger, heightened levels of arousal,' he said. 'Pathological rage ... it's a notch above anger.'

    Remarkably, the prosecution did not call a psychiatric expert of its own.

    Those that brought the case against Dolheguy were at pains to explain to the jury that she was not insane.

    Usually someone as outwardly mentally ill as Dolheguy might face a 'fit to stand trial' hearing, where doctors discuss whether or not the accused should even face a criminal trial.

    There was no such hearing for Dolheguy, despite evidence indicating she was not quite right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raisedbywolves View Post
    Not sure if this is true, but I read a comment someone made on her Insta about her strangling him with the cord to a vibrator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MinnAsotaGal View Post
    Not sure if this is true, but I read a comment someone made on her Insta about her strangling him with the cord to a vibrator.
    Welcome to MDS! I snipped pieces (albeit long pieces of a very long article) but somewhere in the article it did mention that she used a cord to a sex toy. The article is very long, but worth reading.

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    Wow..... this girl is seriously damaged.
    You are talking to a woman who has laughed in the face of death, sneered at doom and chuckled at catastrophe.
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