Charity worker killed by former inmate she had a relationship with, jury told

Michaela Hall, 49, was allegedly stabbed through eye by Lee Kendall, 42, in Mount Hawke, Cornwall

A former charity worker who worked with released prisoners was stabbed to death by an ex-inmate she had begun a relationship with, a jury has heard.

Michaela Hall, 49, was stabbed through the eye by Lee Kendall, 42, in a bedroom of her house in the Cornish village of Mount Hawke, Truro crown court was told. The court heard that Hall, a mother of two, was the victim of a number of assaults before she was killed, but declined to pursue prosecutions against Kendall.

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