"After the attack the defendant was taken to a police station. He seemed relieved by what he had done. He said he had come into the city with his dagger of revenge."Consultant forensic psychologist, Edward Silver, said:
"When we spoke to his family we were told he had been walking around swearing and laughing to himself months before the attack."Kainth pleaded guilty to manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility.The judge said he would only be released if the Home Secretary or a mental health review panel deemed it suitable. Now that is reassuring.No MP has ever mentioned Rosie in the House of Commons. 16-year-old Rosie is pictured here alongside an Asian immigrant who murdered her to save himself from 'persecution.'