The Daily Telegraph, Sydney, Australia, by Libby-Jane Charleston, May 5, 2014
Knight was convicted of the brutal murder of her partner, John Charles Thomas Price, known to his friends as Pricey, in October 2001. She is currently serving her time at Silverwater Women's Correctional Centre.
Read how John Price was stabbed at least 37 times and how Knight skinned him and hung the skin from a meat hook off a door in the lounge room. She decapitated him and cooked parts of his body, serving up the meat with baked potato and other vegies and gravy at the dinner table for Price's children. Read More ..
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First she went out and bought new sexy lingerie. Then she came home and initated sex with her husband John Price.
Little did he know that he was about to be killed in one of the most horrific deaths ever. Husband John Price was stabbed by his wife at least 37 times and how Knight skinned him and hung the skin from a meat hook off a door in the lounge room. She decapitated him and cooked parts of his body, serving up the meat with baked potato and other vegies and gravy at the dinner table for Price's children.
Video footage of the crime scene is locked away for good. So horrific are the contents, it's believed anybody who viewed the tapes would be forever damaged. In fact, the police officers who had the great misfortune of being first at the scene have complained, years later, of still being affected by the horrors they saw; one officer endured years of therapy to try to wipe the vision from his head.
Another, Detective Sergeant Bob Wells, who was called to the crime scene on 1 March 2000 said, 'It's an image that I'm still trying to come to grips with today.'
Husband cooker loses plea
Australian Associated Press, ( Sydney Herald and other Australian newspapers ) September 11, 2006
Crime Scene Katherine Knight murdered John Price
John Price, murder victim, and Katherine Knight, the first woman in Australia to be sentenced to life in prison.
A woman jailed for life for stabbing her de facto husband 37 times, skinning him and cooking his body parts as a meal for his children has lost an appeal against the severity of her sentence.
The NSW Court of Criminal Appeal today dismissed an appeal by former abattoir worker Katherine Knight against her life sentence for the February 2000 murder of her partner John Price.
The NSW Supreme Court in 2001 sentenced Knight to life in jail after she pleaded guilty to murdering Mr Price at the home they shared at Aberdeen in the NSW Hunter Valley.
Knight, 50, is the first woman in Australia's history to be sentenced to life in prison.
She had appealed against the sentence claiming the killing was not in the worst category of murder.
Knight stabbed 44-year-old Mr Price 37 times with a butcher's knife before skinning him and hanging his hide from a meat hook in their lounge room on February 29, 2000.
She then decapitated him and put his head in a pot on the stove, baked flesh from his buttocks and cooked vegetables and gravy as side dishes to serve to Mr Price's children.
Police found the macabre dinner before the adult children arrived home.