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Doctor who suffocated cancerA top neurosurgeon who suffocated her own cancer-stricken daughter with a plastic bag has avoided jail despite being found guilty of murder. Mehrnaz Didgar, 51, received a suspended five-year sentence for the murder of her 14-year-old daughter Eline She was also ordered to seek psychological help. The court in Leuven, a city in the Belgian province of Flemish Brabant, believed

that there were mitigating circumstances which caused Didgar to kill her daughter. Judge Peter Hartoch called it the heavi

est and most difficult trial of his career, but said there were enough reasons to be lenient, including the defendants immaculate criminal record and great sense of culpability. Mehrnaz Didgar during the trial in Belgium (Image: CEN) Steven Pans, the ex-husband of Mehrnaz Didgar and the father of their daughter who was killed by

her (Image: CEN) The public prosecutors office had recommended管家婆彩图图库 资料 26 years in prison while her lawyer Jef Vermassen pleaded for a suspended sentence, saying that child murder is the only c

rime committed out of love. Eline was hit by thyroid cancer at the age of seven which reportedly put a huge strain on

the girl and was even more evident in her teenage years. Both Eline and her mother were reportedly severely depressed. Didgar brought home medicine from the University hospital of Leuven where she worked and which she then used to drug Eline. Hartoch said: Afterwards she suffocated her with a plastic bag over her mouth and nose for a duration of fifteen minutes. Afterwards, Didgar called a friend and told him what she had done. When the man called the police about the murder, Didgar fled in her BMW. Mehrnaz Didgar breaks down in tears outside co

urt after it was decided she wouldnt face an immediate jail term (Image: CEN)

An hour later, her car was spotted on the roadside with a flat tyre and substantial damage to both sides. Didgar told cops on the scene: I drove into a bridge. I wanted to die. She reportedly confessed to her daughters murder under interrogation, something she did again on the first trial day. Didgar claimed her daughter told her multiple times that she wanted to die. The doctor told the court: She said why would we wai

t for death? I want to die now. She also said that she never wanted to marry or have children. Mehrnaz Didgars lawyer Jef Vermassen (Image: CEN) I was empty, lifeless. I

took medicine which I often subscribed to patients. I believed that we both had to die, everything was righ

t, all the pieces were falling together. According to Elines father Steven Pans, his daughter was beginning to cope with

cancer better as she grew older. He also claimed that Eline never showed any signs of wanting to die, even when she was most in pain. El

ines grandfather Johnny Pan said: Everything was fed to her by Didgar. After sentencing, Didgar said in court: I never thought I would get a second chance. I will grab it with both hands. If I could turn back time, this would never have happened. From the beginning, I hated being seen as a murderer. I can feel Stevens pain. I know what this means to him. Read MoreTop news stories from Mirror OnlineSnow causes treacherous conditionsBritain to rescue trapped UK citizensMiracle tot saved despite heart stoppingKobe helicopter given special clearance

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