14 Dec Clydebank man Neil Crilley accused of killing spouse denies she was wanted by him to perish
Neil Crilley denies the fees during the tall Court in Glasgow. Pic by Spindrift
A PERSON on test for killing their wife said and sobbed he felt completely ashamed for being unsure of the pain sensation she was at.
Neil Crilley, 77, advertised he just realised their spouse Maureen’s agony whenever health practitioners had been evidence that is giving his test.
Mrs Crilley, 67, was discovered lying on her family room floor by having a broken leg in September 2017.
She passed away from spinal meningitis after one of many sores on the straight back got heavily contaminated.
The pensioner told jurors that their spouse of 39 years had a concern about hospitals and needles.
He included which he felt alone without any assistance and had to prepare, neat and wash up by read this himself.
Mr Crilley admitted he failed his spouse and really wants to die while he does not have life well worth residing.
He denies the culpable homicide of their spouse at their property in Whitecrook, western Dunbartonshire.
The allegation spans between 1 and September 2, 2017 july.
Between the prosecution claims are which he knew she had been “immobilised” struggling with damage and disease.
It really is alleged he neglected to get “appropriate, prompt and adequate” medical assistance and caused “unnecessary suffering” to his wife.
The court heard Mr Crilley regretted retiring from BAE systems at 67-years-old last year.
He stated: “I worked couple of years past your retirement when I might have had those years with Maureen.
“i am going to never ever forgive myself.”
Mr Crilley told jurors that their spouse would conceal her health problems from him in order to avoid visiting the physicians.
He stated: “She wouldn’t go directly to the medical center for any such thing.
“When there is a scheduled appointment she’d conceal it and didn’t say.
“I am completely ashamed.”
Mr Crilley stated he had been unaware that their spouse had been lying inside her own filth along with two sores festering on her straight back – one of those how big is a saucer.
He stated: “She had been cleansing by by herself as she stated I happened to be overweight handed.
“I completely failed her and we don’t would you like to live – we don’t deserve to reside.
“i did son’t understand the discomfort she was at until we heard a doctor the other time.”
Mr Crilley added that their wife “begged” him never to phone an ambulance and asked him to go out of it until the week that is following improve.
Prosecutor Richard Goddard QC told Mr Crilley it was “inevitable” she would definitely perish, he responded: “I agree with this but i might have phoned an ambulance if we knew.
“I knew she dropped but i did son’t understand if she possessed a broken leg or if perhaps it had been fractured.
“I’m maybe maybe not educated or a medical person – we really did not understand.”
A pathologist told jurors yesterday that Mrs Crilley had broken her leg that is left in places.
Another physician stated she could have survived if hospital treatment was indeed desired straight away.
Mrs Crilley ended up being discovered nude from the family area flooring by physicians and paramedics. She had throws over her human anatomy and then he advertised she would not allow him see.
Mr Crilley told them that she had dropped eight or nine weeks hence.
Mr Goddard asked Mr Crilley if he desired their spouse dead, he replied: “No, God, No.
“Maureen was my entire life, i am going to never ever smile once more and I also desired to look after her when it comes to time we had left.”
The test continues before judge Lord Burns.