Entertainment

Emmerdale airs the last scenes of the killer Meena as she is sentenced to 75 years in prison

Emmerdale saw Meena Jutla weakly scream and cry as she realized she was finally facing punishment for her crimes on the ITV soap

blank
Loading video

Video not available

Emmerdale: Meena sheds tears after prison sentence

Emmerdale aired the audience-awaited moment on ITV on Monday night, when killer Meena Jutla was sentenced to life in prison.

Her final scenes show the villain crying as she is finally punished for three of the murders she committed, and justice won for Ben Tucker, Leanna Cavanagh and Andrea Tate .

The judge sentenced her to at least 75 years in total, and she was told she would never be allowed out.

Meena cried as she was dragged away by a prison officer and taken to her cell, as she begged her sister Manpreet Sharma to help her.







Emmerdale aired the moment viewers had been waiting for on ITV on Monday night, when killer Meena Jutla was sentenced to life in prison.
(

Picture:

ITV)

Surprised that she won’t be able to escape her crimes as each sentence is revealed, she suddenly looks scared as she realizes that there is no way out, and everyone has seen through her actions. she.

When she was dragged away, she begged the police to let her go and claimed that the judge had wronged her, before the final scene she sobbed in bed and begged the people in the prison not to forgive her. Miss.







In total, the judge sentenced her to at least 75 years in prison
(

Picture:

ITV)

As the sentencing begins, Meena tries to pause the proceedings because she realizes no one is there to witness.

Following the scenario of her trial last week, loved ones of those killed decided to miss the hearing.

Meena was unimpressed with her lack of audience, but was asked to be silent by the judge as he began his verdict.

Manpreet finally came in silence, and watched as his sister knew of his fate.







Her final scenes show the villain crying as she is finally punished for three of the murders she committed.
(

Picture:

ITV)

Meena watched angrily as the judge told her, “Meena Jutla, you have been found guilty by the jury of the murders of Leanna Cavanagh, Andrea Tate and Ben Tucker.

“Your intention was to kill people and you succeeded. You killed each of them in the most unexpected and terrifying ways. Now we must convict you for those murders.”

He continued: “Leanna Cavanagh, Andrea Tate and Ben Tucker are innocent victims who simply have misfortune in your way. A beloved daughter, a beloved mother and a son. Your beloved son was killed by you for no reason.







Emmerdale sees a weak Meena Jutla screaming and crying as she realizes that she is finally facing punishment for her crimes.
(

Picture:

ITV)

“I don’t see you real remorse, you’re a manipulator. You told a lot of lies and blame to try to save your own skin.”

Calling her “malignant”, he added: “As witnessed in this same courtroom, where you took us hostage just days ago, in a desperate last-ditch attempt to feel important. You failed. You wished to leave a legacy… that was forgotten.”

Meena then learns of her fate, and is horrified when justice has finally been served – with Manpreet ignoring her cries as she walks out of the court in relief.

Any theories or thoughts on the plot? Let us know in the comments section below.

Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7:30pm on ITV, with an hour-long episode on Thursdays.

Read more

Read more

https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/emmerdale-airs-killer-meenas-final-26738910 Emmerdale airs the last scenes of the killer Meena as she is sentenced to 75 years in prison

Fry Electronics Team

Fry Electronics.com is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials, please contact us by email – admin@fry-electronics.com. The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Related Articles

Back to top button