Hospital care 'shortcomings' before Tenerife beheading
There were "clear shortcomings" in the care a man with paranoid schizophrenia received in hospital months before he beheaded a woman in Tenerife.
Deyan Deyanov murdered Jennifer Mills-Westley, from Norwich, seven months after leaving a north Wales hospital.
A Healthcare Inspectorate Wales report said without the shortcomings in his care, Deyanov, 22, might not have murdered Mrs Mills-Westley, 60.
The victim's family said the "failings are far worse than we imagined".
Matthew Richards reports.
11 Nov 2014
- From the section Wales