Victoria Woodhall Wiki Bio
Craig Woodhall, a thug admitted he hacked his wife Victoria Woodhall to death with a gurkha-style machete after chasing her down the street in murderous fury.
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Victoria Woodhull (1838– June 9, 1927) was a leader of the women’s suffrage movement. She was the first woman to own a brokerage firm on Wall Street, the first woman to start a weekly newspaper, and an activist for women’s rights and labor reform. At her peak of political activity in the early 1870s, Woodhull is best known as the first woman candidate for the United States presidency, which she ran for in 1872 for the Equal Rights Party, supporting women’s suffrage and equal rights.
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Craig Woodhall, 41, pleaded guilty to repeatedly stabbing Victoria’s mother of three, 31, on a street in Barnsley, south of York.
Police were called on March 29 after Woodhall chased Victoria, an NHS worker, off the property and onto the streets before attacking her with a machete.
An ambulance landed in a nearby field and paramedics rushed to the property, but Victoria was tragically pronounced dead at the scene.
The bully fled the scene, but then surrendered himself by turning on his headlights at the police as he passed them.
An autopsy revealed that Victoria had died from multiple cuts.
The violence he suffered was so extreme that he suffered multiple skull fractures and major injuries to his head, face, neck, arms, hands, shoulders, and back.
Police said she was stabbed multiple times with a Gurkha-type machete that officers recovered from the scene.
CCTV footage also showed Woodhall knocking his wife to the ground before stabbing her, then walking away before returning two more times to attack her.
Chief Investigator Detective Inspector Ben Wood said: “Victoria was the victim of a brutal and sustained attack and there were several people nearby who witnessed this gruesome murder.
“While I am delighted that Woodhall has accepted responsibility for his crime, it will not do much to comfort Victoria’s family and loved ones.
“I would like to offer my condolences if you accept your loss.
“It was a terrible attack. I know that this incident caused significant problems in the local community, especially among the residents who witnessed the murder.
“These eyewitnesses have received support from our victim support partners to help them cope with the traumatic effects of this crime.”