Ann Maguire inquest jury finds opportunities missed to save teacher
Returning verdict of unlawful killing, jury notes failure of pupils who Will Cornick told of plan to harm Maguire to alert adult
There were missed opportunities to save a teacher stabbed to death by her student, an inquest jury has found.
Ann Maguire, 61, was killed by Will Cornick, then 15, during a Spanish lesson at Corpus Christi Catholic College in Leeds on 24 April 2014. He stabbed her seven times with a kitchen knife he had taken from his family’s kitchen, telling up to 10 other pupils of his plans.Continue reading...