Abuse: a woman of 90 years died at home on a garbage heap
His two son indicted for lack of care
The neighbors could not stand the smell. They called police who discovered the old lady of 90 years, died on a pile of rubbish. Thursday, April 14, both the son of the old lady, aged sixty years, were referred to the prosecutor's office and indicted for "neglect of a vulnerable person causing death" and "non-assistance to persons in danger ".
The two brothers lived in the same housing complex as their mother. The police raided their homes found the three houses in a state of filth and neglect unusual. The two brothers have not been able to give a convincing explanation of the abandonment in which their mother lived. An autopsy found Friday, April 8 to a death by negligence.
The oldest man dies at 114 years
He did not eat at night
The oldest man in the world according the Guinness Book of Records was an American. He died Thursday, April 14, at the age of 114 years in Great Falls, Montana (USA).
Walter Breuning, a former railway worker, lived in a retirement home since 1980. Heattributed his longevity to a diet exceptionally spartan and taking an aspirin a day. "Donot be afraid to die, " he said, because "we are born to die. "
Born in Melrose (Minnesota) September 21, 1896. Walter Bruening, spent his childhood in South Dakota in a house without electricity or running water. "If wewanted to take a bath, he had to fetch water out and heat a pan over charcoal, " herecounted.
He also stated that one of his earliest memories dated back to the assassination of the twenty-fifth President of the United States, William McKinley in 1901. He was then5 years. In 1918 he moved to Great Falls and worked at Great Northern Railway, the local railways.
Walter Bruening became the oldest man after the death of Henry Allingham, anEnglishman who died in July 2009. The oldest man in the world is now the JapaneseJioremon Kimura aged 113 years and 360 days.