UK silent over Tania Clarence's 'temporary release'
Convicted killer Tania Clarence is believed to have already made several visits home despite being sentenced.
LONDON - Convicted killer Tania Clarence is believed to have already made several visits home despite being sentenced just four months ago to an indefinite period in a psychiatric hospital for smothering three of her children at their London home.
Health officials in Britain are refusing to comment on the South African's temporary release from care before the publication of a major review into her case.
Clarence's South African husband Gary and the couple's remaining daughter continue to live on the family's property.
Photographs released in the United Kingdom (UK) have shown Clarence arriving back at the south London house in which she last year smothered three of her children as they slept in their beds.
Clarence avoided prison after successfully denying murder but was instead ordered to be detained indefinitely under the UK's Mental Health Act after being deemed to have acted due to diminished responsibility.
All three children, three-year-old twins Max and Ben and four-year-old Olivia, had suffered from a severe, life-limiting genetic disorder, and Clarence was said to have developed mental illness while serving as their primary carer.
It's now claimed the photographs show just the latest of several visits Clarence has paid to the property.
The results of an investigation by the local council into the three deaths are still awaited.