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Andrew Hall ex-premier league star admits to murdering girlfriend

Written on:September 7, 2023
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Amptill Town in Bedfordshire : The place where Megan League Peat was stabbed to death

Stoke city player Andrew Hall who brutally stabbed 15-year-old girlfriend Megan League Peat almost 60 times on June 9th, at a house party in Ampthill town, has admitted to the crime today in the court.

With the following incident, Hall’s hopes for a bright future are over. Hall who was a scholar at Stoke City Academy and was on the brink of signing a professional contact with a club is now being sentenced to a minimum term of 10 years at the Luton Crown Court.

Megan died at around 1:30 am on June 9 from severe blood loss owing to being stabbed almost 60 times at a house party. Two knives, including a serrated bread knife were found next to the body. Hall, on the other hand had to be taken to a nearby hospital to be operated for a serious cut to his left hand. He was charged with murdering her on June 13 when he was well enough to be interviewed by the police.

Judge Richard Foster who was in charge of Hall’s trial said, “Megan Peat will never experience the thrill and success of exam results, going on to higher education, or perhaps being a bridesmaid at a best friend’s wedding or an 18th birthday party. Her life ended in your hands at 15 years old. Only you know why you did what you did that night and what the catalyst was for such a ferocious attack. It is clear you were jealous of her innocent friendships with others.”

Megan Many friends of Megan had arrived on scene to lay floral tributes at the scene of her death.
The most surprising part of the incident was that Hall had murdered his girlfriend with a preconceived notion that she had been cheating on him.

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