Peter Nash Wiki – Peter Nash Biography

A ‘self-pitying’ husband has been found guilty of the murders of his daughter and wife after she started an affair with a Homebase colleague. Peter Nash, 47, has denied murdering Jillu Nash, 43, and her daughter Louise, 12, but it took a jury just over two hours to convict him at Ipswich Crown Court.

Jillu and Louise were discovered dead at their home in Sudbury, Suffolk, on September 8 when Jillu failed to show up for work and Louis did not attend school. When the emergency services entered the house, they found Jillu’s body on the floor in the living room and Louise’s body under a sheet in the bedroom. Jillu had been suffocated and appeared to have a T-shirt stuffed into her mouth, and Louise died from a stab wound to the abdomen.

Nash had stabbed himself in the chest multiple times and tried to gas himself. The police had to apply a taser to him and he was taken to the hospital with 22 stab wounds. During the three-week trial, the court heard that the Indian-born Jillu had been preparing to leave him and set up her home with her lover of eight months, Mark Leamey, who worked with her at Homebase.


Police found evidence of the breakdown of the couple’s 12-year marriage when they went through Ms Nash’s phone and found videos of her arguing with her husband that she appeared to have secretly taken. In a video filmed on July 3 of last year and played before the jury, she could be heard saying, “I’ll be out of here in six weeks.” Another video of her showed her telling her husband, “You’re a certified c**t,” and he replying, “You’re a validated cheater.”

Peter Nash Age

The age of Peter Nash is 47 years.

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Peter Nash accused of killing wife and daughter

In a second video, he accused her of causing “chaos and drama” as she tried to get her way, saying: “It’s what you do with your friends and it’s what you do at home.” In another she said: ‘you treat me like shit. You drain me and cause chaos.’ A fourth recording showed that he was aware that her relationship had lasted “four months, maybe more”, only for her to correct him and say that it had been going on for eight months.


The prosecutor said that after the deaths, police found a series of videos on Ms Nash’s phone of the couple talking, adding: “We would suggest that it appears that Jillu was trying to covertly record this.” Josse said the TikTok videos, accessed by the defendant, showed the ‘bitter’ and ‘self-pitying’ mindset he had.

One of the clips he saw had the text: ‘A broken man who has rebuilt himself is very dangerous.’ A second said, “Tell me why, when something gets tough in a relationship, women are told to call it quits and men are told to try to fix things.” The third, which showed Kermit the Frog by a fire, read, “Do girls really feel sorry for hurting a guy or do they just apologize and never think again about how she affected her life?” At trial it was said that Nash and her wife “had a difficult and unhappy marriage”.

Prosecutor David Josse KC told the court that Nash had called her mother in July last year to tell her that he and Jillu were separating and that she was looking for a flat. Josse said Jillu had told her friend Laura Saunders on September 6 that their marriage had deteriorated since her husband was laid off from the Philips electronics factory in Sudbury in 2020, and he had become the primary caretaker for their family. daughter.


She revealed to her friend that she was going to get a new place to live. Saunders said that she saw Jillu again the next day when she was with Leamey and realized that she had been crying. Josse added that Jillu had dropped Leamey off at the Sudbury football club that night before picking him up again and taking him to the town’s Tesco store, where CCTV showed them going in together and buying food.

After Mr. Leamey returned to his house, he sent Jillu an Instagram message saying, “Goodnight, I love you xxx.” Mr Josse added: “He got worried because he didn’t get an instant reply, so he followed up with another message at 11:14pm, saying ‘Sorry if I did something xxx’.”

When Mr. Leamey woke up at 7:30 am, he was concerned that Jillu still hadn’t responded, and he went to the Tesco store where he worked part-time and found that she hadn’t turned up. Mr Josse said he sent another message, asking ‘Baby, what’s going on? You are not at work. I’m worried.’ He followed it up with a WhatsApp message that read: ‘Babe I’m licking myself.’ Are you OK?’.


Mr Josse said he sent another message, asking ‘Baby, what’s going on? You are not at work. I’m worried.’ He followed it up with a WhatsApp message that read: ‘Babe I’m licking myself.’ Are you OK?’. He and one of Jillu’s co-workers then went to her bungalow where she banged on the kitchen window but got no response and called the police.

The officers forced their way onto the property shortly after 10 a.m. m. on September 8, but withdrew when they smelled the “acrid aroma” of the gas and called the fire department. After being found guilty today, Suffolk Police said Nash’s defense “was based on his belief that he ‘lawfully killed’ his wife and daughter.” “His attempts to justify this were through his interpretation of common law, property and marriage vows,” a Suffolk Police spokesman said.

The spokesperson added that Nash “believed he had ‘lawfully killed’ Louise because she was his ‘property’ and did so to protect her because he did not trust anyone else to care for her as she had complex care needs due to not being verbal and diagnosed as autistic’. He has been remanded in custody and is due to be sentenced on May 17.Read More……


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