Murder trial: Margaret Krawcewicz 'begged to be allowed to die after son beat her up'
Margaret Krawcewicz begged to be allowed to die after being beaten up by her son, a court heard.
Kazik Pasierbek denies murdering his mother at a flat they shared in St Botolph’s Crescent, Lincoln, on October 12 last year.
Jurors in the trial at Derby Crown Court were played a recording of a call made from lifeline equipment in Mrs Krawcewicz’s flat which she activated in the early hours of that morning.
In it, she can be heard retching and saying: “Oh god, what did you do to my head Kazik, you beat me up so badly, don’t do it.
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“Oh god, I am so sick, release me from this earth. Release me god. My father in heaven, I can’t stand the pain.
“Let me die, let me die, release me from this earth.”
Pasierbek, who kept his head bowed throughout the recording, had earlier been described as being like, “he had been awake for days” in the hours before the call.
Shaun Scott, a friend of his, spent time with the pair during October 11. He told the court: “He was not okay that day at all. It was like he had been awake for days on legal highs.
“It was like he was sleep deprived.”
The court also heard from Mrs Krawcewicz’s nephew, Anthony Biegel, who said he would often “have a go” at his cousin about finances and his drug problems.
Mr Biegel also said: “My cousin was my aunt’s arms and legs.
“Her son did everything for her.”
When asked if Pasierbek had ever expressed anger towards his mother or wished for her to die, Mr Biegel replied, “Absolutely not.”
The trial continues.