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The family of a murdered Dunedin teen are "disgusted" her killer was able to wear earplugs through his sentencing, because of a Corrections bungle. Venod Skantha, a former Dunedin Hospital doctor, was jailed for a minimum of 19 years last week when he was sentenced over the death of year-old Amber-Rose Rush. The year-old sneaked into her Corstorphine home late on February 2, , and stabbed her six times in the neck, the court heard at last year's trial, leaving her mother Lisa-Ann to find her the next morning.
Amber-Rose's brother Jayden read a poignant statement at sentencing, written by their mother just weeks before her suspected suicide.
It's not a normal life, it's an existence. While standing in the dock throughout the hearing, Skantha could be seen wearing orange earplugs.
A Corrections spokesman confirmed they had been bought by the killer while he was behind bars. However, earplugs are able to be used during transport in a prison escort vehicle," he said.
This was an oversight and they should have been removed from him. Amber-Rose's sister Shantelle Rush said the family had noticed the anomaly when they saw photos after sentencing. Skantha had bragged to a teenage friend that no-one would have survived the stabbing and demonstrated how he had executed Amber-Rose, before later toasting marshmallows while he burned his bloodied clothes. Justice Gerald Nation said the doctor's behaviour in the aftermath showed an arrogance and Rush said that was reinforced by his behaviour at sentencing.