Murder trial: Court told son hit mother over head '6 or 7 times'
A son hit his mother “6 or 7 times” over the head as he beat her up during an argument, a court was told today.
Kazik Pasierbek allegedly attacked 72-year-old Margaret Lynette Krawcewicz in the flat they shared in St Botolph's Crescent, Lincoln.
The 39-year-old appeared before Derby Crown Court this afternoon charged with her murder.
Jurors heard he would use his mother’s bank card to buy alcohol, tobacco and legal highs and that he would regularly assault her as he demanded money.
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The trial was told Pasierbek took one gram of heroin each day.
Mrs Krawcewicz was a frail, elderly lady who was bed bound and required carers to visit her home daily.
Adrienne Lucking QC told the court that she died as a result of a brain trauma and bleeding on the brain on October 12 last year.
“In the early hours of October 12 at about 2.30am a neighbour was woken by the sound of shouting,” she said.
“Just after 5.15am a call was received by the Lifeline in Margaret Krawcewicz’s flat.
“There are sounds of Margaret Krawcewicz retching and this defendant was very conscious that everything being said can be heard.
“She was heard asking what the defendant had done to her and why he did it.”
Kazik Pasierbek denies murder. He also pleaded not guilty to a charge of manslaughter which was added to the indictment on the day.
The trial continues.