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Who is Sam Pybus?(‘Strangling a woman to death is still viewed in law as an unfortunate accident’: Fury over married killer’s ‘outrageous’ ) Wiki, Bio, Age, Instagram, Twitter & Quick Facts

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Who is Sam Pybus ?

Sam Pybus killed Sophie Moss, a mother of two, while cheating on his wife after drinking 24 bottles of beer.

He reported her death at his home in Darlington, Co Durham, himself at a police station and told investigators that the suffocation had been consensual.

But after he denied the murder in court, the CPS accepted his guilty plea for manslaughter for the February 6 incident.

The ‘tough s*xual defense’ would have been open to him because it was only formally banned on April 30 this year, but he did not use it because he did not have to answer a murder charge.

This afternoon, the We Can’t Consent This campaign group told MailOnline that he was horrified by the sentence and was exploring whether it was unduly lenient and whether it could be referred to the Attorney General.

Spokeswoman Fiona McKenzie said: “It appears that strangling a woman to death is still considered in law to be an unfortunate accident, rather than terrible and serious violence. This sends a terrible message to women: four years and eight months is a scandalous sentence for killing a woman.

This year, strangulation became a specific crime in recognition of the seriousness of this violence, and the Government was clear that aggressors should not use reports of rough sex to evade justice.

Justice Minister Alex Chalk said of the government’s law change in April: “The perpetrators of these crimes should not be under any illusions; their actions will never be justifiable in any way and will be rigorously prosecuted by the courts to seek justice for the victims and their families “. ‘

“We don’t think this is how the law should work, and now we’re looking at the government to see what they intend to do.”

The CPS insisted that it had investigated, but there was no evidence of any intent to cause harm.

How old is Sam Pybus ?

He is 32 year old.

Murder Charged

Teesside Crown Court heard that Pybus had waited in their car around 15 minutes later, considering their options before driving to the police station to inform them.

Pybus, who had been in an intimate relationship with his victim for a period of time, claimed that the sex was fully consensual and that the act of applying “light pressure” was something they had done before.

Miss Moss, 33, who was the mother of children as young as six and five, was described as vulnerable by the court and was someone who had struggled with her mental health in the past.

Pybus, of Darlington, originally denied a murder charge, but pleaded guilty to manslaughter due to a lack of evidence to suggest that he had intent to harm.

Prosecutor Richard Wright said: ‘In the early hours of February 6 of this year, the defendant had been drinking at his home. He estimates that he consumed 24 bottles of Amstel beer.

‘His wife had gone to bed around 10.30pm. and the defendant stayed downstairs.

He contacted Sophie Moss to travel to her apartment and arrange a sexual relationship with her.

At 4:47 a.m., the defendant entered the Darlington Police Station after driving his car from Sophie’s apartment.

He told them that he believed he had strangled her, but he was not sure that he was breathing.

The agents immediately deployed and attended the floor. They found Sophie naked and completely unconscious.

‘All efforts at the scene and at the hospital were unsuccessful and Sophie was pronounced dead at the hospital.

“He (Pybus) described a history of consensual sexual activity between the two to which he sometimes applied slight pressure.”

Miss Moss Death

Following the death of Miss Moss, a pathologist concluded that force could be estimated to have been applied for tens of seconds, if not minutes, resulting in the cause of death, which was manual strangulation.

The court heard Pybus tell police that she couldn’t remember exactly what happened, but she said her hands were sore, suggesting that he must have strangled her.

Mr. Wright presented to the court that the defendant’s actions were compounded by the fact that his victim was vulnerable, he was drunk and did not seek immediate medical attention.

Miss Moss’s brother James read an emotional statement: “It seems impossible to put into words the impact that the tragic death of my sister Sophie has had on my family.

‘For me, losing my little sister feels like losing a part of myself.

“We grew up together with an age difference of 18 months, talking, laughing, arguing.

‘She was cheerful, vibrant and talented. We care deeply for each other.

‘When I got the call from my mother crying on the phone saying the worst possible thing had happened, I immediately broke down.

‘She feels everything that I feel and more, she is completely hurt by the pain.

“We can never get rid of the belief that whatever the nature of her relationship and her role in it, she was a victim, taken advantage of and exploited.”

Moss also told the court that her father suffers from dementia and struggled to process the news and needed her wife to remind him of what happened.

The court also heard Miss Moss’s ex-partner and the father of her two children.

Mr. Parkington talked about the effect that the death of his mother has on his children, and one even asked “Facetime with your mom from heaven.”

Judge Paul Watson QC said that no judgment could fully justify or compensate for the loss suffered by Ms. Moss’s family.

The judge added: ‘I find it a fact that Sophie was someone who suffered from her own disabilities and her own vulnerabilities.

“It also seems to me that this was a case where at that time he was willingly intoxicated, unable to judge the situation and perhaps stopped when it was obvious that she had gone too far.”

The judge gave him full credit for her guilty plea, her remorse, and her previous good character before sentencing him to four years and eight months.

Sam Green, mitigating, told the court that Pybus was of prior good character and had shown displeasure during the police interview.

Mr Green said Pybus feels “It is the thrill of disgust and the difficulty of living with himself for what he has done.”

Sam Pybus Quicks and Facts

  • Sam Pybus  admitted killing Sophie Moss, 33, in Darlington in February
  • Miss Moss was taken to hospital but was pronounced dead a short time later
  • Pybus was charged with murder but plead not guilty, which was accepted  
  • Campaign groups say they are disgusted by sentence and urged rethink

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