Ireland Catherine Nevin living out last days receiving palliative care in nursing home

17:05  12 september  2017
17:05  12 september  2017 Source:   MSN

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Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email. Black Widow Catherine Nevin is living out her last days in a nursing home as she receives palliative care . It’s believed the 65-year-old, jailed for paying a hitman to murder her husband Tom in 1996

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Credits: Collins Photo Agency© Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: Collins Photo Agency Black Widow Catherine Nevin is living out her last days in a nursing home as she receives palliative care.

It’s believed the 65-year-old, jailed for paying a hitman to murder her husband Tom in 1996, is bedridden at the south Dublin care home after her health deteriorated considerably in recent months.

Nevin , who is understood to be suffering from a brain tumour and is undergoing treatment, was given full-time temporary release at the end of last month.

It’s believed that she is required to sign on once every four weeks with probation officers but due to her ill health they can travel to meet her at the nursing home if she is not capable of making the journey.

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A source told the Irish Mirror that Nevin’s health has become increasingly bad in recent months and the decision was made to allow her to spend her final days in the nursing home under full time medical supervision.

The source said: “Her health is not good at all at the moment.

“At the end of last month it was decided that she could be released under temporary release.

“She’s understood to be getting palliative care at a nursing home in south Dublin. It’s the same place she stayed before returning to the Dochas last year while she was getting treatment.

“It’s extremely unlikely she will ever see the inside of a prison again.”

Credits: Collins Photo Agency© Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: Collins Photo Agency The source added: “She’s required to sign on once every four weeks but if for some reason her health is too bad and she can’t make it then someone will travel to the home to get her signature.

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“Her current condition would lead many to believe that she won’t be capable of making the trip to sign on.”

While Nevin was handed a life sentence for the murder of her publican husband Tom in 1996, she was given temporary release on a number of occasions last year.

In 2015, the Irish Mirror tracked the murderer down as she attended an addiction course in Inchicore, South Dublin.

It was the first time she was seen out of prison unaccompanied.

Credits: Philip Fitzpatrick© Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: Philip Fitzpatrick After a gripping 42-day trial the jury deliberated for a record five days before Nevin was sent down in April 2000 for paying a hitman to murder Tom in their home at Jack White's bar in Wicklow on March 19, 1996.

She was also convicted and handed a seven year-term for three separate counts of soliciting William McClean, Gerry Heapes and John Jones, to kill Mr Nevin.

The person who actually pulled the trigger has never been brought to justice.

Catherine Nevin living out last days receiving palliative care in nursing home

  Catherine Nevin living out last days receiving palliative care in nursing home It’s believed that she is required to sign on once every four weeks with probation officers but due to her ill health they can travel to meet her at the nursing home if she is not capable of making the journey.A source told the Irish Mirror that Nevin’s health has become increasingly bad in recent months and the decision was made to allow her to spend her final days in the nursing home under full time medical supervision.The source said: “Her health is not good at all at the moment.“At the end of last month it was decided that she could be released under temporary release.

The modern day palliative care movement aims to help people live well in their last year of life and ultimately realise a good death. However, every day more than 150,000 people die across the world and only a small minority receive palliative care services.

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There was no physical evidence linking her to the killing and her guilty conviction was based largely on the evidence given by the three men she solicited.

  Catherine Nevin living out last days receiving palliative care in nursing home © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Despite her conviction Nevin has never taken responsibility for her role in the brutal murder and is also still fighting for a share in his substantial estate.

Just last month, Nevin was granted permission to argue in the Supreme Court that her conviction for killing her husband doesn't prove that she did it.

She was making the argument as part of her fight to lay claim to her late husband's €1million estate.

The High Court previously decided she should not benefit from his death but her legal team have argued her criminal conviction should not be taken into account.

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