Neil Crilley denies the fees during the tall Court in Glasgow. Pic by Spindrift
A PERSON on test for killing his wife sobbed and stated he felt completely ashamed for being unsure of the pain sensation she was at.
Neil Crilley, 77, advertised he just realised their spouse Maureen’s agony whenever health practitioners had been providing proof during their test.
Mrs Crilley, 67, had been discovered lying on a broken leg to her living room floor in September 2017.
She passed away from spinal meningitis after one of several sores on her straight straight back got greatly contaminated.
The pensioner told jurors that their spouse of 39 years had a concern about hospitals and needles.
He included that he felt alone without any assistance and had to prepare, clean and wash up by himself.
Mr Crilley admitted he failed their spouse and really wants to die while he does not have a full life well worth residing.
He denies the culpable homicide of their spouse at their property in Whitecrook, western Dunbartonshire.
The allegation spans between 1 and September 2, 2017 july.