Tomlin's death was the result of intentional smothering
," wrote Raoul Schonemann, Carter's attorney, in his latest response to the court.
Burking is a method of homicidal smothering
with traumatic asphyxia.
After a trial in March 2005, Geddes, then 49, was convicted of smothering
Mr McKay in a bid to inherit pounds 25,000 from a faked will.
Washington, July 15 (ANI): The infant deaths caused in the 19th century, which had been attributed to smothering
and overlaying by either a co-sleeper or bedding, were actually crib deaths or Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), according to an expert.
3 : to keep from growing or developing by or as if by covering <smother a fire> smothering
WORCESTER - The 17-year-old city teenager accused of smothering
her year-old son with a teddy bear Sunday morning was moved out of a state Department of Youth Services facility and into a women's correctional facility yesterday.
Post-mortem examinations on the children showed they had died of asphyxiation induced by smothering
The obese 56-year-old man died of "asphyxia due to smothering
and chest compression"; the circumstances surrounding his death are classified.
Personally, I prefer more sauce than less, so the smothering
doesn't bother me much.
Thirty and single, Toula Portokalos (Nia Vardalos) wants to break free of her supportive but smothering
A ROYAL Navy chef today denied stabbing his wife to death and smothering
Edmund's clinging, unhappy mother controlled by alternating smothering
media's top Kremlin apologist during the 1930s and his key role in smothering
news of Stalin's slaughter-by-famine of the Ukrainian people.
A FATHER was today jailed for life for smothering
his six-month-old baby son to death and trying to kill his second son a year later.
He told the jury that three medical experts would be called by the prosecution to tell them that the only causes of the deaths for Jason and Matthew was 'an imposed airway obstruction' that had been applied by someone smothering