A young mother killed by a “compulsive” partner feared social services would “take the baby away” if he continued to report his “controlling” and violent behavior to the police, he said. Her aunt said at the inquest.
Raneem Oudeh, 22, was murdered outside his mother’s home in Solihull, West Midlands just after midnight on August 27, 2018.
She was murdered along with her mother, Koura Saleem, 49, by her former partner, Janbaz Tarin, who was 21 at the time.
On her wedding day, he is said to have told her,
Eleven jurors heard testimony from Aunt Nour Norris about the relationship between Audet and Taryn at the inquest into the deaths of the two women that resumed today at the Birmingham and Solihull Coroner’s Court.
Senior coroner Louise Hunt told jurors they would hear evidence of West Midlands police’s response to several calls Audet made to police about her violent partner before her death. rice field.
On August 27, 2018, 22-year-old Raneem Oudeh (pictured) and his mother Khaola Saleem, 49, were murdered in Solihull, West Midlands, by Janbaz Tarin, who was 21 at the time.
In her testimony, Ms Norris told how Raneem fled the war in Syria in 2014 and joined her mother and family already living in the UK.
After arriving, she said her “ambitious” niece enrolled at Solihull University.
The first time she met her classmate, Taryn, was at an English study group.
Norris explained how Taryn “buyed her gifts and did things for her.”
“At first, I thought she was just a friendship, but then it started stalking me and harassing her,” she said.
“She had to report him to the university and leave her alone. He was suspended[from the university].
Later, through her family, Norris told how Audet “met a certain man,” married the man, and became pregnant with a child.
However, the relationship failed before childbirth, and she ended up having the baby “alone”.
At the inquest, it was heard that Oude was afraid to report abuse by Tallinn (pictured).
“She felt very vulnerable,” Norris said.
By the summer of 2016, Aude was a “depressed, upset, 20-year-old single mother” who had been “stalked” by Taryn, Norris added.
After her niece moved into an apartment on Kingshurst Road in Solihull, Taryn “slowly and gradually” convinced Ms. Aude to rekindle their relationship.
She claimed Taryn told her niece, “You’re mine this time.”
On April 2, 2017, Taryn and Oudeh got married in a Muslim marriage, but according to Norris, the whole family felt something was wrong.
Shortly after the wedding, Oudet told his aunt about the remarks Tarin had made to his new wife when he signed the marriage papers, and appeared “upset.”
“He turned to her and whispered in her ear, ‘In our culture, there is no divorce. Now you are my wife. The day you leave, I will kill you.’ ‘ said Norris.
After the wedding, Norris said:
The marriage began to fall apart again after Tallinn traveled to Afghanistan in late 2017, where it was revealed that he had three children with another wife and a fourth.
On August 27, 2018, Odeh’s mother, Kaola Saleem, 49, died along with her daughter after Taryn shot her daughter outside her home in Solihull, West Midlands.
In January 2018, Audet told him the relationship was over, but he began stalking her again and was “sleeping in the car outside her house for days,” Norris said. rice field.
At one point, he sent Norris a picture of his left arm on Facebook. The name of Raneem was carved there with a “razor”.
Oude temporarily reunited with Tallinn, but wanted to kick him out permanently by April 2018.
Norris claimed her niece tried to speak directly to Taryn. Because she called the police numerous times, her social worker’s visits left her “scared” and she called the police multiple times, fearing that her child would be taken away. Body, she claimed.
“She called the police many times before, but they didn’t listen to her properly and either didn’t take her seriously or blamed her,” she said.
“They told her, ‘You’re wasting our time, you have to deal with him, you need to kick him out–you can’t call us all the time. please ask me to
Norris also said Audet was “worried about the baby” and the involvement of social services.
“She wanted to work with social workers but was afraid that if she told them everything they would take her baby away,” Norris claimed.
In August 2018, Ms. Oude applied for a sexual abuse prohibition order, but on the night of August 26, Tallinn followed Ms. Saleem and Ms. Oude to the Rotana Shisha Lounge.
Taryn “slapped” her in the restaurant and followed after they left.
Hunt told jurors, “The police were called, but they were slow to respond because of the firearms incident.
It was past midnight when Jambaz Tarin murdered Raneem and Qawra outside their residence.
“He was subsequently convicted of both murders.”
The coroner told jurors that Audet had been interviewed by police between April and August 2018 to understand “how the police responded and how other agencies responded.” He said he would review the seven calls he made.