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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    A woman who let her elderly mother starve to death has been declined parole at her first hearing

    A woman who let her elderly mother starve to death has been declined parole at her first hearing


    47-year-old Cindy Melissa Taylor is serving a sentence of just over 13 years.

    She was found guilty in 2016 of failing to provide Ena Lai Dung , with the necessities of life, thereby causing her death.

    Dung weighed only 29-kilograms when she was found at a South Auckland home in 2015.

    Taylor is due to appear again before the Parole Board in a year.

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