Two teenagers who murdered an elderly Adelaide woman,
slashing her throat seven times with a blunt hunting knife,
have been jailed for at least 20 years.
The pair, who were 16 and 17 when they killed 87-year-old
Anne Redman in January last year, both pleaded guilty to
In the South Australian Supreme Court on Tuesday, Justice
Margaret Nyland jailed them for life terms and set
non-parole-periods of 20 years.
The court had previously heard the teenagers cut the power at
Ms Redman's suburban Seacliff home with the intention of
The pensioner, dressed in a nightie, was attacked when she
went outside to investigate with a torch.